Born on a farm, moved to city, Greensburg PA, at 11 years old. Enlisted in Army Military Police at 17, Sent to West Germany Nov 1958. Stayed after discharge in 1961 until 1971. A few years in LA and came back to PA and have been here since 1973.
Started writing seriously in 1999 with the Beaver Vally Writers Guild. We meet weekly. Almost always I have new material to present.
I have 5 novels on Kindle, a trilogy called Greener Green (military sci/fi), and a stand alone sci/fi "No Good Choice", and a Western called "Boot maker". I'll put on another military sci/fi in Sept.
Advice for authors who like to write and expect to get money someday.-----Spend half your available time writing and half of the time on your "platform".
Because I like new ideas, I have 8 novels in various stages of completion. That works for some, Asimov, for example, did that.???
I get ideas and am not comfortable until I write them in a story.
Asimov--Heinlin--Louis Lamour--Mc Donald--John Ringo--Weber
I think "Stranger in a Strange Land" by Heinlin, had a message for me. Still thinking about what all the message was.
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