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Why did you become a writer?

The answer is not as simple as you might think. In grade school, we had an assignment to write a short
story. I took it a few steps further, wrote a much longer
 story than necessary, had a friend draw a
cover for me, bound it, and then presented it to my teacher. I can’t recall my grade, but I enjoyed
working on the project.
Later, I broke my arm and could not work as a Paramedic for months, so I spent my free time writing my first novel, “All Good Things.” It sat on the shelf for years before I decided to submit it for publication. It was
followed shortly after by “The More Things Change” and “The Things That Matter Most.” After that, I
was hooked.

Will you read my manuscript or accept my ideas?

No. Thank you for asking. I don’t want to be accused of plagiarism. I have so many of my ideas that I
could never possibly write them all. I currently have three partially completed novels. 

Can you give me any advice to help me with any writing?

I always tell people you will write if you want to write. I work two jobs and still find time to write. Just
because something works for me doesn’t mean it will work for you.

Do you write under any other names?

Yes, I do. 

Have any of your books been made into movies?

Not yet. Fingers crossed.

I heard you were a Paramedic.

I’ve been a Paramedic since 1982, and as of 2023, still a Paramedic. That has given me enough material
to write over one hundred horror novels.

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