About Paul Venosdel:
Paul Venosdel’s love for baseball began when he played as a young boy. It continues today, as he coaches and manages players ages 6-14. He has managed over 400 games in nine years, winning more than 60%, including 13 Championships in Travel ball, League, and Tournament competitions as of the writing of this book. His innovative and inspiring style of coaching is based on his belief that what matters most is instilling truth, confidence, and character in the lives of children.
What inspires you to write?
Sharing fun stories about baseball with kids to get them interested in reading.
Tell us about your writing process.
I’m a mind dumping person. I sit and think about all the things I want to write about and then just put them all down on paper. I go back and organize the random thoughts and then pick each one and start writing. A kind of seat or my pants type writing. I just get into a flow and off I go. I try and block out at least three hours of time when I write.
For Fiction Writers: Do you listen (or talk to) to your characters?
Oh yeah there are a ton of conversations going on in my head when I write! The characters take on a life of there own.
What advice would you give other writers?
Just keep writing no matter what just keep writing. Even if it takes months and months and months just keep writing.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
A friend of mine used a small publisher in our home town and when I was ready with my book I tracked them down and submitted the manuscript. They said yes and the roller coaster took off from there.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I don’t really know this book is my first attempt at swimming in the deep end of the book publishing pool.
What genres do you write?: Fiction, Young Adult, Baseball, Sports, Anger Management
What formats are your books in?: Print
Link To Paul Venosdel Page On Amazon
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