Bill Roberson is a native of Cleveland, Ohio but currently lives in the Detroit metro area. Three daughters in college force him to continue working (when he'd rather be on a beach). A former radio talk show host (at one time with three shows) he also served over ten years as the Associate Editor of the Community News Group (Cleveland).
An award winning essayist and lecturer, he completed five business resource manuals on behalf of the City of Cleveland and U.S. Department of Commerce. His first personal literary effort was a book of essays bearing the same name as his radio show (Letters of Life), published in 1986.
On the lecture circuit he created the character - Rab Ben Wok Farr, the ancient Hebrew Warrior Priest whose footsteps are seen in the sands of time. His most recent work "My Reflections on the 20th Century" was published in 2000. Two other works are in progress - a critical series of essays and commentaries on religion, so far titled "The Jesus Lie" and of course a version of the great American novel (adventure) as yet untitled.