Real Life

Bobby Miller
Bobby Miller Author Interview

Alacran The Honey Badger is a riveting fantasy story with a unique setup. What was the inspiration for the setup to your story?

It is basely a summery of my grandfather, father and my life. We were and still are a military family. Grandson is a pilot in the Marine Corps.

What were some driving ideals behind your character’s development?

Real life. The war in Vietnam, then the war within after returning home, then being made an offer I couldn’t refuse by my dear Uncle Sam.

What were some themes that were important for you to explore in this book?

The false paintings of the world by the Church and Politicians. I watch the herd from a ridge line wondering if they do not care that there is a slaughter house at the end of the trail they seem hell bent to stay on?

What is the next book that you are working on and when will it be available?

There are three. The Ineffable Kiss – King Solomon & It’s Not Fun Being Serious. Have a couple of assistant writer come onboard and hope to have these titles on KDP by Dec. FYI, Sir. I limit the nasty words and reject all vulgar words. There are never any car chases or indestructible heroes. I do so thank you for this fine service.

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They tell me that most introductions are written by someone other than the author. Why? Do you really care what one of my relatives or friends or a paid third party has to say about this little book?

All I can promise is some interesting people and places—however, you’d not want these people living next door, nor would you want to live in most of these places.

I’ve never smoked or drunk booze, but maybe I should have. It’s for certain; I shouldn’t have made a veil threat against a U.S, sitting president. The U.S. Secret Service had me locked up in the mental ward at the VA facility in Menlo Park, California. They kept me for a little over a year. One of the other nuts locked up with me said that a guy gets a private room if he hits someone. So, with my luck holding steady, the next guy to show up was a guy in one of those white coats. I knocked him on his ass.

The nut was right. I got a private room. It was called the Quiet Room.

I didn’t care for it.

I started out in the Air Force. I didn’t care for it, either. Thought I’d give the Army a try. It was more to my liking; you could actually reach out and touch the asshole you’d just killed.

My favorite dead people are Thomas Paine, T.L. Lawrence, Carl Sagan, and Nancy Kilar. Thinking about it, I guess I’m kind of like God. A person has to die to make my list.

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