After ten years of sacrificing everything for his country as a Navy SEAL, Bishop is looking for salvation, and something more permanent in his life. Angel, a pretty kindergarten teacher, thinks she’s just what he needs. Their chemistry is instant, and explosive, only Bishop has trouble letting go of his commitment to his country. It’s up to Angel to prove there’s room for her in his life.
How did you decide to create a trailer and what was your experience?
Since this was book #20 for me I decided to do a book video for it. It’s also the first video I’ve done on my own. It was a lot of fun, and I think it came out pretty good.
I used windows live movie maker and downloaded music from Kevin MacLeod. It’s free as long as you give him credits for it.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Lately I’ve been watching mercenary/Navy SEAL type rescue movies, and read a couple books where the SEAL was the hero. An idea kind of blossomed the more I watched them. Because most of my heroes are men who are fire-fighters, cops, sheriffs, FBI, marines, well you get the message, I was missing the Navy SEAL.
I’m a fifty-something author who discovered my passion for writing and story telling at the ripe old age of thirteen. Before I received my first manual typewriter, with pencil in hand, I would jot my stories down on notebook paper. Later, after receiving that desired typewriter I spent hours in my bedroom, where my parents thought I was doing homework. Writing turned out to be a kind of therapy for me, something I didn’t realize until years later.
Writing is a hobby for me, something I do during the quiet of the evenings and on my weekends. My goals are simple and realistic. I’ll be happy if I’m just making enough “mad money” from it to be able to keep my cats fed, travel a little, and spoil my grandchildren.
I’ll travel any place a cruise ship will take me. I’ve been to: Greece, Italy, Croatia, Spain, and Alaska just to name a few places. I don’t like to fly, even before I found myself on a plane on 9/11, but I will if I’m given enough legal drugs.
I collect antiques and art, and I love chocolate, who doesn’t? And I’m addicted to good coffee and sweet ice tea. McDonald’s hazelnut iced coffee has been on my favorite list for quite some time. So has Dunkin Donuts mocha iced coffee.
For a while life got in the way of my dreams. A few years ago I decided to get serious and I haven’t looked back!