George was born and raised in Chicago and its suburbs, living there until the age of 39. He is now a retired corporate President, life-long fishing enthusiast, and a dedicated author. As a new author, George worked hard to improve his writing craft, attending many Writers Conferences and Writing Seminars to learn what makes really GREAT writing. That effort has produced 3 award-winnning novels, as finalist and/or winners of several large writing contests. His first novel, "Trapped," was a winner at small, Indie publisher, TAG Publisher's, "Next Great American Novel" contest, and they subsequently published the novel.
As research for his 2nd novel, "A 3rd Time to Die," George actually did hypnotic Past Life Regression with an associate of famed guru, Dr. Brian Weiss. George went into that adventure just to see the mechanics of how Regression worked, but after finding 9 "past lives," he came out a believer. Things he discovered about several of those existences are things that have had a pronounced impact on his current life.
George is also a world-class fly-fisherman, having held a dozen IGFA World Records. He's an expert at fly-fishing for pike & musky, and wrote the highly regarded book, "Toothy Critters Love Flies" on that sport, as well. Every year he hosts a "Fly-fishing for Pike" week at far-north Canadian lodges, where he teaches casting, techniques and fly-trying.
George now live in sunny Florida, and splits his time between writing, fishing & fine cabinet making (his 3-car garage is a "Cabinet Shop," and he's built 28 mahogany raised-panel and French doors, all the cabinets, and a fine cherrywood entertainment center for his house). But George's greatest love right now is creating riviting fiction, all of which has mostly 5* & 4* reviews.
George's writing web site is: http://suspenseguy.com - email@example.com
The fishing site is: http://pikeflyguy.com - firstname.lastname@example.org
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