Meet Kip Cassino, author of newly published book, Incident at Aviano.
What do you love most about what you do?
I've wanted to write as long as I can remember. For decades, I was too busy with work I love (market research and forecasting) to spend the time necessary to write books. Now that I have the time, I love taking the ideas that have spun around in my head for decades and turning them into written word. I'll put out a book a year until God stops me.
Is there a person or experience that has inspired your career?
There have been many. My wonderful life-partner Helen, who convinced me to start writing, my son Christopher -- my critic and friend, my daughter Charlene. I have been blessed to have them in my life.
What do you do better than anyone else?
I'm a good writer, or so the critics and reviewers tell me.
Tell us about you!
Like most writers, I'm a big reader. I love walking through the neighborhood, getting much needed exercise while I look for characters in the next book on my mind, watching old movies, watching my grandchildren grow, and -- of course -- writing.