Andrew has been working on his memoir, Bad Moonie, since April 2008. In his book he describes his experience in the popularly feared ‘70s cult, Sun Myung Moon’s Unification Church.
Andrew currently tells his stories at open mic. venues to great response. Some of his favorite open mic spots are; The Hugo House and Inner Chapters Bookstore in Seattle. He’s had such an encouraging reception that a stage adaptation, Love Bomb, is scheduled for January 25 at Seattle’s Jewelbox Theater.
Born in 1962 in Detroit Michigan, Andrew is a retired public inebriate. He lives in Seattle with his dog Hailey, a Chesapeake Bay retriever and Labrador retriever mix.
Andrew enjoys dancing, singing karaoke, trivia nights at bars, camping, writing his blog, working on his book, telling stories and performing at his local open mic night. He is an avid movie buff.
He also attends Alcoholics Anonymous meetings several times a week and is the secretary of his AA home group (Wings) at Seattle University. He got sober on February 5, 2011.
Andrew has been married and divorced to/from, three different women.