The author is a former corporate vice-president who left the boardroom in 1998 and returned to his roots. He now lives in rural East Texas, where farm chores and writing seem to properly balance his energies.
Mr. Moore enjoys more than three hundred publishing credits in print and on the web. His work has appeared in Copperfield Review, The Danforth Review, Carve Magazine, The Paumanok Review, The Pittsburgh Quarterly, The Virginia Adversaria, Carolina Country Magazine, Eclectica, and Amarillo Bay, among others.
Mr. Moore is a past winner of The Wordhammer Award and The Silver Quill. His thriller, "The Day Hunter," received a 2002 Editor's Nomination to the Texas Institute of Letters. That story, and twenty others, is included in his anthology, "Odie Dodie," available at major booksellers.
Lad's second collection, "Tailwind," is a montage of memoirs about what he calls the "days of cottonmouths and cotton candy." It has recently been released in literary paperback and CD-ROM.
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