It has been exactly 1 year and 10 days since the first words were put to pen (yes actual pen if you can believe it, some people shesh!) on my novel. Well more specifically the novel that myself and my father, Ron, have co-written. It has been a wonderful year. This novel, while trying at times, has been the best thing to emerge. The end of the first (arguably second) draft is near! With more then 90,000 words under my belt now, I’m more then ready for a good editing session.
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My earliest memories revolved around books, and Egypt. I was convinced that I would be an author, a books store owner (to sell my books from), and an Egyptologist on the side. I believe I was in the third grade. I went on to work a number of years advising people on which movies to watch, which cameras to buy, and recommending a number of books. I tried my hand at baristaing before landing a job as a 911 Communications Officer. At the time I had a Bachelors in Criminal Justice and I wanted to save the world. Eventually I decided to go back to school to finish my first Masters Degree in Organizational Leadership (I have another in Human Resources, because after all, why not have two?). Recently I finished my first novel. I'm presently on the long hunt for representation and eventually publication. I am a contributing author for the book VETERANS VOICES, published by National Geographic. When I don’t have my nose to a word document, it’s often found in a book. I enjoy bowling, golfing, and reading. I have an immense love for board games and anything supper geeky, including my four foot tall stormtrooper I named Kevin . View all posts by Miranda Boyer