Author Archives: richard6
About richard6I am a fiction writer from the Berkshires Hills of Massachusetts. After studying journalism and creative writing in the early 1960′s I moved to New York City where I worked as a T.V. producer at J. Walter Thomson Advertising Agency, N.Y. (a Mad Man experience) where I met my wife, Joan. Later, we moved to Marin County in California, where I began to write my first novel. Ebb of the River was published in 1980 by Simon and Schuster. Compared to Mark Twain’s Huckleberry Finn, the novel was condemned by Simon and Schuster because the book was considered to be too controversial and too real. Ebb Of The River is a fictional memoir based on my life as a young boy growing up along the Patuxent River in Maryland in the 1940′s. My second book, Anubis Rex, is a suspense thriller. The theme of the book is a combinations of DNA manipulation, Egyptian gods and world affairs. This book is filled with adventure and global suspense. Anubis Rex has been listed on the best sellers list. Amongst other themes, I also wrote a children’s book, Saint Nick and the Space Nicks. This book has a twist from the traditional voyages of Saint Nick as he delivers gifts with his Space Nick friends to all of the good girls and boys around the universe. In the last two years I have written two new novels which I shall post this year, Naga Basa, about the most people ever killed in one day by an animal species (Guiness Book Of Records), and The Bard Club, where a school teacher, five students and Shakespeare become the heroes of a small southern town in 1945. A sixth book is in progress titled, The Four Seasons Of Spring, a novel which surrounds the lives of men and women in their various stages of maturity.
Hello Everyone! My new book for 2014 is called, The Bard Club, a novel where a school teacher, five students and Shakespeare become the heroes of a small southern town in 1945. Reviewed January 8, 2014: “I see this … Continue reading →
Check out books written by Richard Chase Mears at the author’s guild: http://members.authorsguild.net/rmears/index.htm Soon, you will be able to read Richard Mears’ books on Kindle!