Paul is a native of South Florida's Gold Coast and a long-time resident of Georgia's metro Atlanta area. After quitting high school early, he eventually graduated from college with a bachelor's degree in Computer Science and went on to earn an MBA in International Business from Georgia State University.
Professionally, Paul has worked in a variety of roles, including software engineering, corporate management, consulting, financial market trading, and real estate. He currently heads up an online startup, cellunation.com, whose goal is to sell mobility enhancing electronics while contributing a significant percentage of profits to select charities.
As far as his writing is concerned, Paul gained an interest in creative fiction at an early age, particularly in the areas of science fiction and adventure stories. Early in his twenties, however, he chose to focus on gaining real life experience instead of attempting to write from a platform of ignorance. Thus, Paul spent the next 20-plus years working his way through school, a variety of jobs and raising a family before focusing again on writing. During that time, he engaged in writing essays on politics in the United States, among other topics, many of which can be found on his Pabloggia blog.
With his novels, Paul seeks to combine elements of technology, politics, and societal trends while incorporating timeless truths in stories that are compelling and entertaining for readers. In his first complete novel, Cry for Tomorrow, Paul has taken the American Dream and turned it inside out against a backdrop of political intrigue and eventual apocalypse, seeking to expose modern-day fallacies that plague mankind: faith in government and faith in materialism.
Paul spends the rest of his time serving his local church, traveling, and cooking meals for his wife, Amy.
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Cry For Tomorrow
by Paul DeBusschere
Cynical ad exec Mark Reardon stumbles into a plot to bring down the United States and establish a new world order. Thinking he's been hired to run an ad campaign for a fringe religious group, Reardon suddenly finds himself on the wrong side of the law and having to decide whether to join the conspiracy or fight to save his life, family, and country.
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