Dr. Gary M. Roberts has worked in law enforcement for almost thirty years and is a former pastor and teacher. He has earned a Masters Degree in Education and a Doctorate in Theology. He and his wife live on a farm just outside of Savannah Georgia. His hobbies are writing, fishing and horses.
When did you first start writing?
I remember my first book very well. I was six years old and I wrote a five-page book on, birds, with my hand-drawn illustrations. Then, to make the book more authentic, I used my mother’s sewing machine to bind the pages together. She loved my ingenuity but was a little angry because it took her an hour to untangle the mess I left her sewing machine in. My next real story didn’t come until I was 18 and in the army. I wrote an article for a magazine that got published. That did it for me, I was hooked!
Who are your favorite authors?
My favorite authors are those who inspired me. Louis L’Amour, the great storyteller, is one of my all time favorites. I am currently rereading the Sacketts. Other favorites are Daniel Defoe, Jules Verne, Hemingway, and Twain among others. I guess you can see a pattern in that I love adventure books.
The fast-paced sequel to the Xy Syndrome proves to be even more exciting than the first, keeping the reader on the edge throughout. Ninety-five percent of the male population has died. Those left are a highly prized endangered species attempting to avoid capture as they look for a place to live free.
A collection of humorous stories about the south and the peculiar way southerners get things done. The stories are taken from the author’s own experiences growing up in south Georgia, and as the title infers, they have a tad bit of truth to them.
A plane crash is only the beginning for a young doctor, Ray Butler. He must now face another crash of worldwide proportions as ninety-five percent of the male population has suddenly and inexplicably died. Those who have survived have become a highly prized endangered species. First in a series, The Xy Syndrome.
The purpose is to assist new believers and those who would like help studying Revelation desiring to grasp the fundamentals. This is not an exhaustive study nor is it a commentary as such. It is a guide to assist in better understanding of the book of Revelation. It gives an overall view of the makeup and message of the book, along with an explanation of some of the keys to its understanding.