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Welcome to my place where you will find book reviews, interviews, posts on historical events and samples of my creative writing. In addition to the main blog page, there is a POEMS page, collection of
original poems, MY WRITING and SHORT STORY pages. I am a husband, father and grandfather. My writing is from a Christian world view.
My book, Closed Doors opens with a novella, Toxic Situations. A break-in at an Atlanta, Georgia laboratory results in the theft of avian flu virus capsules by organized crime figures and an investigation by the CDC. CDC investigators pursue suspects on a trail from Atlanta to Sydney, Australia. Protagonists for for the novella and short stories are named Craig. Craig Jr. is featured in the novella, Toxic Situations. Toxic Situations is followed by two short story prequels: Family Secrets and Thrills at the Esplanade Cinema. These short stories are set in north Texas. Each story has ties to the Craig Wells family. Closed Doors, a Trilogy is now Live in Kindle format on Amazon.com.
Other works include a work in progress novel set in 1835 and the years that follow. My Three Forks stories are based on early settlement and growth in Dallas and Tarrant counties of north Texas.
I like to share positive feedback with other writers and I respect my readers. I’ve been a writer my entire career. I started with tech writing and moved on to commercial productions. These included training and safety programs – satisfying because they saved lives. Trade show videos made our products and services look good. I felt good when they did. Creative writing always gave me my greatest enjoyment. That’s why I’m doing it now.
Please post comments whether you agree with me or not.
I am a member of the Independent Author Network.
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Participant and Winner of NanoWriMo 2012
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20 responses to “About”
Thank you Rich, now I have to find one of the three forks stories.
Thanks for commenting, Diana. Check the right-hand column, Recent posts. I’ve got more queued and will post soon. Thanks for reminding me 😉
Rich, I look forward to learning more about your areas of interest. I respect your professional experience, and am glad to be connected with you on LinkedIn and Twitter. Sincerely, Mia L.
Mia, thank you for your comments. You’re comments and recommendations are always welcome!
Thank you for inspiring me to get on it already! http://poeticphotopress.com/2011/07/22/forceful-vengeance-the-waterfall/
Oh Duh, I meant how does one reach you personally to request consideration for a book review. thanks, Karleene
Thanks for the inquiry. An email is on its way to you.
Passing by to say hello, thank you for following my blog, you are to kind. I took the liberty of putting you on my links page.
Thank you Doris, I’m honored that you added me to your links for poets at http://miartedoris.wordpress.com/links/.
Please drop by anytime!
Thanks for visiting and following my blog “Musings of a Horse Mom.” … Of course, as a fellow writer I welcome your input any time … whether you agree with me or not. 😉 … Looking forward to following you too. … Be well, Dorothy 🙂
You are welcome and as a horse lover, your site provides a relaxing diversion from the mundane.
I know we tweeted about it last night, but I wanted to let you know I nominated you for the Reader Appreciation Award and Genuine Blogger Award. No pressure to participate, but if you’d like you to find out more or participate please visit http://kourtneyheintz.wordpress.com/2012/05/23/blog-awards-time/
Hi Kourtney, just call me an old dope.
I don’t check this page often. While editing I noticed your comment. Thank you, I should revisit your offer.
Take care my friend,
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Your trilogy sounds like a fun read. My husband loves those types of stories and I must admit that I get involved with them too. I definitely believe you should do what you love, so I’m glad you have decided to pursue creative writing. You get to do what you love and we get to read your fantastic stories! It’s a win-win!
Thanks, Rebecca 🙂 Based on your comments, I think you’ll enjoy it 😉
Hi Rich! I’ve landed here via Doris… Interesitng spot, I’ll try to explore and to discover more about it… 🙂 I lived in Houston, TX for 5 years! Small world, indeed! 🙂
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My very best for 2013: stay healthy and good luck in all your endeavours!
Greetings from Toulouse-the European capital of space&aviation, France, “old Europe”… 🙂
Hi Melanie! Thanks for such kind words. I’m pleased to hear you find the blog interesting. 😉
Like you, I enjoy Doris’s blog updates.
May you have a wonderful 2013 as well.
I’ve spent some time working the aviation industry but never made it to Toulouse! 😉
Thanks for visiting our blog, and for the like on our post about “Why we travel”. Appreciate it.
You’re welcome and thank you!