What inspired you to write your memoir?
I have always related my uncommon life experiences to many of my friends and relatives. In so many instances, recipients have said, “you should write a book.” So I did.
About your Book:
A lifetime of moments including a front-page, international incident involving the FBI, KGB, CIA, and honest-to-goodness circus clowns. Other tales related take the reader from the Maine coast to Boston to Capitol Hill. A series of true stories about John Wayne, saving lives (swimmers, my own, and U.S. citizens), great white sharks, cats, cows, Ronnie of the Wrinkles, and dental records chicken.
How did you decide how to publish your book and where is it published through:
It became apparent early on that Amazon was the fastest venue to getting the book available to readers.
How do you see writing a Memoir as different from writing other genres of books?
One must always be accurate and relate as many details as is necessary to offer a complete picture from the author’s perspective.
Marc E. Zimmerman grew up in Bath, Maine and graduated from University of Maine at Orono and George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. He spent 15 years in Washington DC, working on and with Capitol Hill. Marc now lives in Washington state where he works in mid-market mergers and acquisitions and teaches courses in government and finance. His new autobiography Mostly Momentous Minutes, Mawkish Memories, and Myopic Musings of Marc from Maine is available on Amazon.com.
Link To Book On Amazon