Milo Abrams

Biography

MILO ABRAMS reaches right to the core of that place inside people that binds them through stories. His intimate narrative revelations fill the pages with an unashamed honesty that stitch his ideas to his readers across the world.

Emerging from Ohio's withering industrial landscape, Milo's heart blazes through his stories like a sky full of shooting stars. Yet, despite the currently oversaturated state of the writing world, he breathes a refreshing aliveness back to reading that immediately causes his fiction to stand out.

His stories have been described as magnificent, imaginative, and utterly compelling. The Woods pierces the veil of curiosity with an almost unbearable build-up of suspense and emotion, while Waiting for the Fall plucks the heart strings with so much stunning intensity it's a miracle they don't break. In Origins, he brings The Woods monster into the light, weaving a story of unnerving vulnerability, and heart-pounding suspense. Starting 2017 off with a bang, To Kill a Ghost wows with a powerfully clever twist, starting a stream of shorts destined to entertain and dazzle.

But this is only the beginning. With a bursting imagination of unbelievable ideas and an endless amount of stories to be released ahead of him, Milo presses on with bright-eyed aplomb, dead-set toward creating a brilliant future with his growing family.

Milo currently resides in Ohio, adoring his wife of over twelve years and seven children.

Smashwords Interview

What motivated you to become an indie author?
I'm not indie by choice. I would say that being an indie author is only really a choice for some. Many writers who want to make it as an author don't have enough money to pay their way into being a bestseller, don't make anything that's popular or considered "good", or get lost in this vast ocean and are just never seen.

"I choose to be indie because I'm different, and I wanted to take control of what I wrote fully without being under the thumb of the major publishing houses. I want my stories to go straight to the reader."

Puke. I have no money so I have no choice.

But there is some truth there. I do want my stories to honestly reach the readers. I think that for someone's story to be endlessly edited and altered by a staff of "professionals" and marketing gurus is bullshit. You're seeing the product of the machine, not of the author. I wish all authors released their stories as they actually wrote them, self-edited and originally as their hearts told them.

Next question.
What's something people don't know about your stories?
They are all connected. If you look hard enough you'll find connections. A lot of thought goes into each of my stories. I may not have a famous name but I have twice the heart.

A greater story is slowly being revealed. Give it time.
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