Who’s That Indie Author? Marc D. Crepeaux

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Author name
:  Marc D. Crepeaux

Genre:  Crime, Poetry, Letters and Correspondence

Books: Modern Waste; Worked Stiff: Poetry and Prose for the Common; Letters Never Meant to be Read (collaborative)

Bio:  Marc D. Crepeaux is a curator, editor and writer for Letters Never Meant to be Read. Marc has also authored the gritty, Southern crime novel Modern Waste and the poetry collection Worked Stiff: Poetry and Prose for the Common. He is from Killawog, NY and spent much of his late-teens and early twenties in NYC where he acted like a maniac. He now works as an English teacher and a Captain in the Army Reserves, among other entrepreneurial endeavors, and holds an MFA in Creative Writing. Marc lives in a more calming environment with his wife, two daughters, two dogs, and two fish in Rome, GA.

Favorite thing about being a writer: I love the ability to work all the jobs and live all the lives I always wanted. I am sponge, a social chameleon with a loose moral code, and a hopeless romantic who often falls in love with the smallest of details. Writing gives me the outlet I need to satisfy all of my cravings.

Biggest challenge as an indie author: Marketing is the biggest challenge by far and a task that can lead any Indie author to the pits of despair. I stand by my work but struggle to get it in front of the right eyes.

Favorite book: Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury

Contact Information:
Website:  marcdcrepeaux.com
Twitter:  @marcdcrepeaux
Amazon Author Page:  Marc D. Crepeaux


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