Having been involved in Small Press/Semi-Pro editing and printing ventures since 1979 (as a hobby), and after retiring from the Navy (22 years), along with various other jobs since then, I have now decided to put myself into a world I really love and enjoy - ie, words and writing. The main ambition is to become phenomenally successful. But then aren't all writers dreamers at heart?
But my main aim is to have as much fun as I can along the way (and yes, I appreciate writing is a business - but that doesn't mean you can't take your fun seriously as well. Does it?)
Glitterburn (Heywood Gould) any Reginald Hill, the Alphabet novels from Sue Grafton, the Numbers/Plum novels byJanet Evanovich, old school material from both Ross and John D. (Macdonald), Lemmy Caution novels by Peter Chayney, most of Robert Crais, and the late Robert B. Parker
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