Tory's young adult and crossover fiction books deal with real-life issues and social problems through deep, complex characters and in imaginative, sometimes other-worldly settings. Published by Brown Posey Press (the parent of which is Sunbury Press Books), Tory has released five books with the Pennsylvania-based company.
Tory's latest is is "Call it Love," the second in the Sweet Dreams Series, which follow "Searching for Roy Buchanan." Released in 2019, the book earned a First in Category/First Place nomination for the Dante Rossetti Award for Young Adult Fiction, presented by Chanticleer International Book Awards and Novel Competitions (CIBAs). Brown Posey first published "A Moment in the Sun" in 2016, which won first place in the Young Adult division of the 2017 Red City Review Awards.
The third book in the Sweet Dreams Series, "Shake Hands with the Devil," is set for release on Brown Posey Press in 2o22.
A broadcaster for over 35 years, Tory has seen and done just about everything in the radio business. He's been a deejay, talk show host, traffic reporter, producer and journalist. Currently, Tory can be found jobbing about Central Pennsylvania for the Radio Pennsylvania Network and other broadcast companies. He can also be heard on the Maryland News Network.
Tory also hosts "The Brown Posey Press Show," as part of the BookSpeak Network. Tory's guests are authors on the Brown Posey imprint, as well as other select, independent authors.
You can also hear Tory as his musical broadcast alter ego, DJ`Riff, as host of "The Music Club," a blues music program on the London-based Radio-Airwaves Station.