Mid-Aughts 2005 to 2006 – Around the World: London, Paris, Hollywood, Girls

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Covering the years 2005 to 2006, in which I traveled to Europe (with my mom), met my first true girlfriend, and finally re-moved to California. There I failed in L.A., but I did make some short films. And I began to write… 

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Micro-Author Interview with Ray Hecht

The Ghosts of Nagasaki: A Novel

Ray is the author of the novel “South Morning China Blues” and many other works of fiction and autobiography.

At the moment, he is working on an autobiographical graphic novel entitled “Always Goodbye”. You can follow his progress on Webtoons here:

https://www.webtoons.com/en/challenge…

What does being an indie author mean to you?

To me, being an indie author means being an author by any means necessary. The writing and story-telling and creativity in-of themselves are more important than being part of some big publishing company. Learning to market oneself is key, of course, but ultimately the fact that I’m willing to put myself out there without a big support structure shows that the writing is at the core of being an indie author…

What are your writing quirks and habits?

I used to stay up late writing, because it’s a quiet peaceful time and everyone would leave me alone. I don’t…

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