Warren Beatty


Warren Beatty is a retired University Professor who holds a Ph.D. in Statistics from The Florida State University. He taught Business Statistics, Management Science, Management Information Systems, and Decision Support at the University of South Alabama (where he managed one of the world's first campus-wide interactive computer systems before joining the faculty) and the University of West Florida. He also taught in Germany, France, The Netherlands, and England. He was an early proponent of the Internet and spreadsheets as teaching tools. He was the author or co-author of more than forty referred academic papers. This book is his initial foray into writing fiction.
He has been married for almost fifty years to the same woman. He has three children, and (so far) three grandchildren.
He served for twenty two years in the U.S. Army, and went to Desert Shield/Desert Storm, where he was a Group NBC officer.
He is a HUGE car racing fan, particularly Formula One and NASCAR. He was a very slow short track racer.
His personal web site address is: http://ebsfords.6te.net/wb/

Smashwords Interview

How do you discover the ebooks you read?
I often go to http://b-ok.org/ and download e-books that interest me, primarily e-books from which movies were made. I also search authors. I am a huge Rex Stout fan and have read most of the Nero Wolfe books several times.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
Yes, and it is the one that's now available on Smashwords. Is it any good? I think so, but I'm prejudiced. I did quite a bit of reading about how to write a story before attempting it.
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Where to find Warren Beatty online


It's All About Respect
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 103,240. Language: English. Published: June 12, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense
Sam Wright needs to find a trunk lid for his 2016 Jaguar XS without his wife finding out. He finds one in a parts yard, but while pulling it, he discovers over seven million dollars. He knows that he shouldn't take the money because taking it is viewed as a sign of disrespect. Sam meets with Sebastian Abarca, head of the Tocobar cartel, and convinces him that is advantageous if he is unharmed.

Warren Beatty's tag cloud

adventure    challenge    crime    drugs    intimidation    money    respect    suspence