Born to a father with wanderlust in his heart, Stone Spicer spent his first seventeen years living in cities across Canada, United States, and Australia. In 1960, a teenager on his own, he migrated to Hawaii, fell in love with the Islands and its people, and adopted it as home. He gained a degree in business at University of Hawaii, married a Hawaiian Japanese girl, and raised a family of two sons—now six grandchildren. He enjoyed a successful thirty-year career in the printing industry in Honolulu and became a massage therapist in Hilo, Hawaii, before dealing in artwork in the Pacific Northwest.
Stone enjoys writing, bringing characters to life while weaving a story that entertains while bringing to life all those enchanting pieces of Hawaii that so many people loved but that have been lost over time as Hawaii’s popularity and resulting commercialism grew.
Along with writing, he is an avid hiker, thoroughly enjoys boats of all kinds, is an outdoor adventurer, health-club enthusiast, and enjoys home remodeling.
He currently resides on Whidbey Island in Puget Sound, Washington.