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New York Times bestselling author Douglas E. Richards joins me to talk about hitting the NYT best seller list as an indie author, writing compelling fiction for children, how a biotech career prepared him for writing thrillers, science fiction and more.

About Douglas:

Douglas E. Richards is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of WIRED and numerous other novels (see list below). A former biotech executive, Richards earned a BS in microbiology from the Ohio State University, a master’s degree in genetic engineering from the University of Wisconsin (where he engineered mutant viruses now named after him), and an MBA from the University of Chicago.

In recognition of his work, Richards was selected to be a “special guest” at San Diego Comic-Con International, along with such icons as Stan Lee and Ray Bradbury. His essays have been featured in National Geographic, the BBC, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Earth & Sky, Today’s Parent, and many others.

The author currently lives in San Diego, California, with his wife, two children, and two dogs.

You can friend Richards on Facebook at Douglas E. Richards Author, visit his website at douglaserichards.com, and write to him at doug@san.rr.com

Note: If you would like to be notified of future releases, please send an e-mail to doug@san.rr.com with the e-mail address to which you would like the notification to be sent.

Near Future Science Fiction Thrillers by Douglas E. Richards
WIRED (Wired 1)
AMPED (Wired 2)
MIND’S EYE (Nick Hall 1)
BRAINWEB (Nick Hall 2)
MINDWAR (Nick Hall 3) — new in 2016
QUANTUM LENS
SPLIT SECOND
GAME CHANGER — new in 2016

Kids Science Fiction Thrillers (9 and up, enjoyed by kids and adults alike)
TRAPPED (Prometheus Project 1)
CAPTURED (Prometheus Project 2)
STRANDED (Prometheus Project 3)
OUT OF THIS WORLD
THE DEVIL’S SWORD

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Episode 152 | Douglas E. Richards Interview

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