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What to say about me? I am a family man, devoted and true. The beautiful woman whom first you noticed in the profile picture (yes, I know you saw her first) is my partner, editor, and wife. We have 3 beautiful children, and they are my life. 

Writing has been a passion of mine since I was just a pup, but was not something I decided to actually pursue until Summer of 2018. I love my stories, and the characters within, and I just hope that there are some out there that enjoy them as well. Please, sign up for my newsletter and follow my blog. I love to hear feed back, good or bad!

Questions for the Author

Where did you get the idea for your most recent book?


R.E. Houser This series is something that has kicked around in my head since I was a young lad. It finally came together and poured onto the page when my kids started asking about it.

How do you get inspired to write?


R.E. Houser My family. They are imaginative, and creative, and always keep my mind spinning.

What are you currently working on?


R.E. Houser I am currently writing book 3 of the Anthology of Resuoh series. Book 2 is now in editing and will be released soon!

What’s your advice for aspiring writers?


R.E. Houser Just write, and write every day. I write a minimum of 1000 words a day. Its not so many that its a hard task, so its very doable. Doing this also helps you to ensure that your work of art doesn't just become "that thing you almost once did." It helps you to ensure the story gets written. There is something so terrifically satisfying about typing the last period of the last page, and sighing "I did it!"

What’s the best thing about being a writer?


R.E. Houser For me, the best thing about being a writer is having the chance to take the stories spinning around in my head, and putting them out there to be read. Some may love them, some may hate them, but that's part of the joy of reading, and the thrill of writing. To share what is dear to your heart.

How do you deal with writer’s block?


R.E. Houser The thing that works best for me is to remove my mind from the story for a bit. I will open up a document and start typing about my day, or other ideas in my head, and soon I get into a rhythm of typing and my brain slips into story mode. It may seem simple, but it has broken the funk every time for me!

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