Lawrence Blair Goral
I am told I didn’t start talking till I was three. Presumably, I was waiting until I had something to say. Further family tradition holds that I haven’t stopped since.
Somewhere in the elementary school years I decided I’d be a novelist when I grew up. Some decades later, that’s still the plan. But along the way I have been a zookeeper, a bookkeeper, a waiter. For one stint I took blood pressure door-to-door in Burbank, California. Tried college briefly but it wasn’t a comfortable fit. Managed a commercial photography studio. Landed in a grown-up job—later than most—as a technical editor and writer in environmental consulting.
In this corporate environment—my current incarnation (that is, my day job)—I continue to fear that someone will discover my true identity and expose me for the impostor I am.
Between Trains is my debut novel. My next work, a science fiction trilogy with the working title Dreamers of the Day, is in queue for its final edit.
I live with my wife, Dana (the love of my life, and therein lies another story, yet to be written), her horse, and several cats in Rescue, California.
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