Gregory Moffatt


A child psychologist specializing in trauma, the author invested over three decades in private practice, research, and investigation into the causes, reactions, and treatments for violent behavior. A former regular lecturer at the FBI Academy and a homicide profiler, Dr. Moffatt's work has included hundreds of articles, books, and public presentations. Seen on programs like America's Most Wanted and specials on the Discover Channel, Moffatt's work appears in television, radio, and film.

Smashwords Interview

Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
Yes. I was a child and I always wanted to be a writer. I wrote little children's stories about my family, my cat, and things I was doing. I wrapped these stories in cardboard covers cut from cereal boxes and decorated the covers with my own artwork.
What is your writing process?
I write almost every day. I write mostly in the early mornings - 4am or so. I need the quiet and I love it dark. My favorite time to write during the day is when it is cold and rainy outside. 5-10 pages is a good writing day for me.
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Price: Free! Words: 16,920. Language: English. Published: September 4, 2015. Categories: Screenplays » Biographical
Written as a screenplay, this real life story follows a young boy named Alfred from his early life in Hungary during the rise of the German war machine. Eventually sent to Auschwitz, Alfred said goodbye to his family. Over a harrowing 15 months, Alfred survives starvation, disease, and deplorable conditions in the concentration camp with the help of his make-shift family of fellow inmates.

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auschwitz    holocaust    survivor