Who’s That Indie Author? Robert DeAngelis


Author name:  Robert DeAngelis

Genre:  Fiction

BookAnno Domini

Bio:  I have worked in a variety of Social Services positions during my career. The last fifteen years I have worked in Student Services in a public school system. I am married with two children. Hobbies include old cars and fast motorcycles.

Favorite thing about being a writer: Expressing interesting thoughts in a way that may be relevant and compelling to your readers.

Biggest challenge as an indie author: It’s a rat race. Hurdles and challenges are never-ending. The process forces you to decide just how important to you, the delivery of your story really is.

Favorite books: The Human Comedy by William Saroyan, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith, The Iliad by Homer, The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien. So many though…I listed the first titles that emerged into my awareness.

Contact Information:
Amazon author page:  Robert DeAngelis.
Facebook:  @A.D.ageofIa
email:  dean286@comcast.net.

Awards/special recognition: Anno Domini is my first release. I am still waiting for the accolades. LOL

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One thought on “Who’s That Indie Author? Robert DeAngelis

  1. Yes, as Indie authors we do feel the challenge of finding ways to share our stories that we believe in. Your cover is tantalizing, as is your listing of favorite books. How neat that you admire A Tree Grows in Brooklyn!

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