Raymond Perley


Raymond was born and raised in a city 30 miles from Boston, Massachusetts. He graduated from HS in 1986 and pursued a business degree with an interest in philosophy and theology.
In 1990 he was married and joined the US Air Force during "Dessert Storm." He served four years as he was stationed in Wichita, Kansas. While there, he was remarried and met his his wife. After his service he moved back to New England and worked at Umass Memorial Hospital as a Biomedical Technician repairing medical equipment.
Raymond moved with his family to Canada to pursue a media communication degree and later his Master's Degree in Theology. He started his own multimedia company and recently concentrated on new life goals. He is pursuing his Chaplain certification and is working on his second unit while developing a website and app to help people with deep seated traumas.
Raymond's interest includes family, travel, writing, entrepreneurship, business, chaplaincy and real estate.

Smashwords Interview

Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in New England, about 30 miles from Boston. When I was a teenager I wanted to explore beyond the boundaries of New England. I joined the US Air Force in hopes to travel around the world. I wanted to be stationed in Japan. Instead, I was stationed in Wichita, Kansas for 4 years. During that time, I had lots of opportunity to travel. After 20 years I have lived in various places across North America. In those 30 years I have come to appreciate New England and all its natural beauty and culture.
Because I grew up in New England, fond memories were create there and it has influenced my writing in many ways. There is a general coziness that comes across in most of my writing and much of comes from spending time with family during the various seasons, fall and winter being my two fondest.
What's the story behind your latest book?
My latest book was inspired by my wife and children. For many years, as a family we have suffered many traumatic moments and had to fight to overcome some of the most difficult life altering situations the average person didn't face. After taking my first unit in Chaplaincy training, I have experience monumental changes in my life as it pertains to overcoming inner barriers.
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Where to find Raymond Perley online


Breaking Inner Barriers
Price: $16.99 USD. Words: 81,720. Language: English. Published: December 5, 2018. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Emotional healing, Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Mental health
Everyone, at some point in their life, must overcome some type of inner barrier. The problem is, most of us can't pinpoint what that barrier is, how it got there or how to overcome them. These barriers hold us back or keep us out of reach of feeling fulfilled as we wrestle with mental and emotional loops that keep us down. This is an interactive book that encourages you to participate.

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