Lee Moore is a former LAPD, civilian, Martial Arts Instructor for The Los Angeles Police Department’s Jeopardy Program, which is a gang prevention and intervention program. He is also a former employee at BofA’s Los Angeles Data Center’s Micrographics Department.
When did you first start writing?
While in the second grade, at the age of seven, I was a quiet and restrained kid. I started to conceive and create storylines. But the actual pen-to-paper transfer of storylines began at the age of twelve.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in the Deep South where hurricanes and tornados are guaranteed every year. I have also lived many years in southern California. I have experienced firsthand, as an adolescent, numerous episodes with hurricane force winds which shook and occasionally damaged my family’s home to some degree. And of course, the periodic earthquake tremors in southern California: One moment you are lying in bed; then suddenly, your house starts to shake for twenty or thirty seconds. And you ask how did this influence my writing? Well, as a result of the info that I shared previously, I was inspired to write a supernatural thriller titled Nature’s Wrath: The Lord Is Coming For You. No, I’m joking. But seriously, as I was growing up, I was not a very talkative person. But I would listen and observe people. I noticed how they would respond or react to specific stimuli. I made mental notes of what I perceived to be the good and the bad personality types, and they were eventually incorporated into some of my storylines over the years.
Steven Gregory is unwittingly drawn into the eye of a political hurricane and his very life is on the line in a chaotic chase in which he must defend his innocence against professional killers, con men, and corrupt government agents.
Steven Gregory is dauntless to the final chapter in the thriller, Ultimate Secrets, by Lee V. Moore.