Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently. Henry Ford

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Keith Steinbaum
Keith Steinbaum
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 1
  • Profession: Landscape Industry & Author
  • Born: 12 June
  • Member Since: Aug 2018
  • Profile Views: 334
  • Followers: 3
  • Writing:

    Crime Fiction Thrillers Suspense Mysteries Supernatural Suspense
BIOGRAPHY

Many of us are driven to write through experiences born from pain, generating a need to uniquely express our own inner turmoil. Light-hearted inspiration is certainly an enviable reason to tap into one’s creative juices, but those feelings don’t stimulate the kinds of thoughts that lodge within me and grow in complexity. I can pinpoint a tragic, life-changing event occurring in my mid-teens that transformed me into a writer, and it seems that the weightier side of life continues to be my motivation.

  • Keith Steinbaum

Book Views: 357

You Say Goodbye

Publish Date: Feb 23, 2019

Genre: Crime Fiction, Suspense, Mysteries

avg rating4.6 - 16 reviews on Amazon

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You Say Goodbye

You Say Goodbye

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Publication Date: Feb 23, 2019

Crime Fiction, Suspense, Mysteries

4.6 (16 ratings)

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    • What's the most difficult thing about writing characters from the opposite sex?
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      • keithsteinbaum 5 days AuthorAuthor
      • Authors shouldn't have this mindset. I guarantee you it's a lot more difficult to write about a war scene for an author who's never even put on a uniform, let alone been on a battlefield, yet look at the many war stories that have been written by authors who didn't. Same goes for stories from the perspective of astronauts when the reality is that perhaps 100% of those books about space travel were written by those who never donned a space suit. I didn't grow up in a world comprised of only men, and even though there are differences between how men and women react or think in certain instances, there are also many things we share in common about human behavior in various situations. Not all women are alike, and neither are all men, so we as authors do the best we can to find that connection with the opposite sex as it pertains to our stories.
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    • allauthor 7 daysAllauthor
    • If you could choose three people to invite for a dinner party, who would they be and why?
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      • keithsteinbaum 7 days AuthorAuthor
      • Because your question didn't specify if the three people need to be currently alive, I'll choose three that are all deceased. Assuming they'd somehow all speak English so that we could understand each other, I'll invite Jesus, Buddah, and Mohammed. Why? Because I'd like to see if I could gain insight as to why these are the three most influential figures in the history of mankind. And, in addition, this would give me a chance to see if they like my cooking...
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    • allauthor 7 daysAllauthor
    • How do you think concepts such as Kindle, and e-books have changed the present or future of reading?
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      • keithsteinbaum 7 days AuthorAuthor
      • These are tremendously helpful inventions and here are four reasons that come to mind: Firstly, they make book buying affordable to so many more people. Secondly, they allow the chance to read a sample first before purchase, and then if the reader wants to invest in the whole book it's downloaded within a few seconds. Thirdly, the font can be enlarged for those who can't easily read the smaller print offered in regular books. Lastly, the interior book lights allow for night reading without preventing your significant other next to you in bed from an ability to fall asleep. (book lights that attach to real books are too bright when the lights are off). One negative, and this is a big one for me, is that it's hurting the brick and mortar bookstores who sell soft and hard cover books. I'm old school and truly appreciate the sensibility that a book store offers the soul.
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