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About the Author
Michael Paul Fuller was raised in Evanston, Illinois. He is a graduate of Evanston Township High School and Southern Illinois University. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife and kids. He has also written Chronicles of a Nappi Head, and can be found in Proverbs for the People. He’s just a hard working, everyday man that among other things enjoys writing.
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Michael Paul Fuller is an extraordinary literary Artist and exemplary storyteller. Showcasing his canvas in many hues and colors of a captivating suspenseful journey.. His descriptive talent weaves the story into a fabric of tantalizing page-turning adventures. Michael paints a unique portrait of multilayered life lessons that unfold carrying a dark side. Carla King trapped in a web tangled up in corruption finds her "superhuman strength" that ultimately saves her life. "Friendly lovers now enemies from emotions gone astray. "So should I trust again in order to satisfy my learned needs? Or walk around without any link-alone but free " -Carla King '09. I highly recommend to those thriller seekers "The Bad Poet" for intriguing bedtime reading. Love Michaels writing style...looking forward to his next book.
I like the brilliant way Mike quickens the pulse with an ensemble of characters. They are street smart, and suite sophisticated. The action and culture you visit is vibrant and current in light of 9-11, Ferguson, New York, Bill Cosby, and an active faith in God. With Carla King, we mourn the loss of family and friends. With the characters of Cutino, Jelly Roll, Zoe, and Natalie, we have the frightful, comedic, violent, and romantic.
This is binge watching with a book. I would suggest you buy The Bad Poet and Mike's first book to see why his style and astonishing focus is rare for an upcoming writer. He will dominate this wonderland of incredible romance and action series for years to come.