ABOUT B.M. SIMPSON
B.M. SIMPSON was born in rural Maine. He joined the Air Force at 18 and lived and moved across the U.S. and Europe. After retiring from the Air Force, he spent nearly a decade living and working in the Caribbean. On the islands of Anguilla, St. Kitts and Grand Cayman, he discovered a passion for island life and formed friendships second to none. In 2015 he released his first novel, Island Dogs, and he followed it up with his second, Avis Humphrey and third novel, Bella Vita.
Today Simpson calls West Bay, Grand Cayman home, and he continues to travel to and work in the Caribbean. Despite his blue water passion, he holds onto old friendships and cherishes his New England roots. He is currently writing his next novel and has recently released The Children In The Shed, a book from the Art Play Stories series, written for his grandchildren. The Toy Box and VermeebeeLand are due out soon.