Ronin Schtihl Daire

Biography

I have Relisted the Peace Series. Please stop emailing me. I waded through the muck, so if you read any books in the Peace Series before, just upload the most recent posted book once more. Book 5 is being totally reworked, and with everything else on my plate, you might see it within 6 months, that is the best I can do. I only realized there was interest due to emails and Emma, one persistent Facebook fan! When you don't leave a review, good or bad, it muddles things, reviews help us sharpen what we are attempting to show you. Please write a review, frankly, I'd love to hear from you!

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Smashwords Interview

Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up all over the world. Being a Military Brat, a Berlin Brat at that, taught me how to move in and out of society, accept people as they were, and to count everyone around you as a potential friend for life. When you move every 3 years, you learn that friends you want to hang on to, you have to stay in touch with. Growing up in the military gave me a gift of being able to write about anyone of any race, and make them real to a reader. I don't apologize for my characters, they are often someone you want to punch in the face one minute, and hug and cry with the next!
When did you first start writing?
I first started writing in High School. I had an English Teacher named Mrs. Payne, who was phenomenal! She just passed away this summer, and she will be missed by so many of us! She gave my writing wings! I lived in West Berlin, and this was during the Cold War. It was great, because there was so much subject matter around us. I wrote my first novel during summer break of my sophomore year, it was about 350 pages typed, and was about gangs in Albuquerque, New Mexico, somewhere else we were stationed. I had a cake job, where I had to call and make sure the other kids were at work, then my time was my own! Thanks, Mr. Kelker!
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