Another ebook on How To Set Up And Run A Men's Group. I've been on Men's Groups/Teams for many years. That experience has kept me sane, got me back on track when my relationship was faltering, provided many volunteer and wilderness experiences and got me into many close male relationships. To summarize, being on a men's team is like eating - it keeps me alive and healthy and regular.
Who are your favorite authors?
Peter F. Hamilton, Terry Pratchett, Alan Dean Foster, Andre Norton, Stephen King
What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
Remi our dog.
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
Cleaning the house, walking the dog, biking, motorcycling, hiking (up is good), watching my thoughts go by, loving and supporting my friends, increasing my capacity to love my wife.
What is your writing process?
Write it down quickly before it goes away. Leave it alone for awhile. Come back when the guilt gets too strong and re-write. Tell trusted friends I'm writing it. Wait for them to bug me about it. Come back and finish it.
How do you approach cover design?
Haphazardly with small effort and support from my brother.
What do you read for pleasure?
What is your e-reading device of choice?
Audio books on my android phone and my wife's IPAD for visual books.
Describe your desk
Wood, wires, big monitor, keyboard, mouse, writing pad, light, business cards, many nooks and crannies close by with important stuff.
What motivated you to become an indie author?
Curiosity, change of life (I'm nearly 60), inner urges that keep manifesting as thoughts, ego.
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