Having (mis)spent his youth in the halls of academia, Mr. Mann-Bertrand eventually abandoned towers of ivory in favor of variegated artistic pursuits, peripatetic adventures, and repeated attempts to be officially recognized as a “Renaissance Man” by all 193 Member States of the United Nations. Obsessed with the fields of theatre, film, and television, the author has devoted considerable energies to deepening his involvement in these interconnected artistic disciplines, all while attempting to fight the forces of evil (well, boredom) by exploring the four corners of our great globe. Spoonfeeding Casanova is his novelistic debut, a strong expository effort on behalf of the author to become a serious and upstanding adult; it is possible he may have failed. In unsubstantiated rumors, it is claimed that if writer Mann-Bertrand owned a hat, it would currently be hanging somewhere in British Columbia.
You can find information about his book, here.