Alan Lampe has been writing tales and stories since the second grade. Over the years, his writing matured. He was recognized by The National Library of Poetry, which published six of his poems in the late 1990s. Jotting down ideas and cranking out numerous short stories off and on throughout the first decade of the twenty-first century, he focused on his writing in 2011 instead of Super Bowl XLV.
Bill’s Cajun House of Pleasureis the brain child of Alan and his former girlfriend. The first nuggets of this romp in the swamp were hatched eight years ago. Between workshops, critique groups, and conferences, he polished his prose in the following years. Wanting to leave no detail
unchecked, he traveled to Louisiana to capture the essense of Cajun life.
You can stay in touch with him by visiting his website, www.alanlampeauthor.com