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  • Douglas Daech


    Born near Detroit Michigan and transplanted to Tampa Florida in 1982, where he located the story called “Steeling Time”, the author now resides in Russellville, Kentucky.

    His past experience includes articles in the Tripolitan, (Journal of the Tripoli Rocket Association, June 1991) and TRASH (Tampa Regional Aero-Space Hobbyist). In 1993 and 1994 many articles were published in the Unauthorized Launch, the Tampa Tripoli High Power Rocket Club newsletter. A science fiction piece was also presented in the online magazine NTH Degree (May, 2004). Also, an award for creative nonfiction was granted in the 2007 Frank and Cellia Conley Writing Contest at Western Kentucky University

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Time to Start!

It is no surprise to me that the toughest part of being an author ist he promotion that is required after the book is complete.  Without a mentor all I can do is read and follow the instructions of those who offer suggestions, and one of the suggestions that apparently is mandatory is to have a blog. I can see the logic in rule. Being on the net and having an active presence on the web is a big thing. As I look around at groups and other writers I see a lot of back and forth between them, and a lot of talk about what they are doing and where it can be found. So, lets just see what all this finger action, talk and gossip can do!

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