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Author Interview: G Murray Thomas

G. Murry Thomas Bio

I am a writer in the broadest sense. I write in whatever genre and form suits me at the moment. My preferred genre is fiction, but I’ve had the most success as a poet. I have published one full length collection of poetry, Cows on the Freeway (iUniverse), and I am regularly invited to read my poetry around Southern California.

At the moment, most of my writing is non-fiction, including musical commentary, literary criticism, and an occasional political editorial.

I have been very active in promoting poetry over the past twenty years. I tried my hand as a publisher, both of poetry books, as Orange Ocean Press, and a monthly magazine, Next… (more info below). I have produced and hosted numerous poetry readings...

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Author Interview: Tim Fisher


Tim Fisher’s BIO:

My name is Tim Fisher. I was stupid enough to drop out of high school, but smart enough to continue my education. I served twenty years in the Navy and retired in 1992. I have lived in or visited around 30 foreign countries. My hobbies back then were scuba diving (instructor), karate (instructor), sky diving and flying (private pilot’s license). In 2000 I had my fourth heart attack and a quadruple bypass in which I had a number of strokes. Due to a loss of memory, I had to close my two pain management clinics (I was an N.D.) and find something else to do. That’s when I started writing.

If I ever sell a book that brings in a million dollars, I’m going to move back to Hawaii and live there – I love the place.

AUTHOR INTERVIEW – Tim Fisher

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Author Interview – Michelle L Devon

BIO:

Michelle L Devon began writing at a very young age, and by jr. high, she was writing for the school paper, had won several poetry and prose contests, and had completed her first novella by age 13.

Life managed to get in the way, and amidst cries from her family that, ‘writing is a hobby, not a career,’ Ms. Devon put her writing dreams on hold and pursued an education and then a professional career.

Michelle attended high school in a small West Texas town in the Permian Basin, and then went on to pursue a college degree in psychology, with a minor in sociology.

Her career centered around social services, advocacy and criminal justice for victims of violent crime in the non-profit sector, before she finally moved to the corporate world as a contract negotiator for a mult-billion dollar...

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