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Michael Ringering

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Alton, IL, The United States
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When he was in the third grade at East Alton Elementary School, East Alton, IL, Michael Ringering selected Miriam E. Mason’s Broomtail for a class-assigned book report, and from that moment on, set his sights on wanting to write short stories and other works of fiction.

He published his first novel, Six Bits, in December 2011, earning finalist designation in the 2012 USA Best Book Awards for Fiction. Since then he’s published four short stories: Willy the Whale (2017), A Face on a Train (2017), A Calico Tale (2018), and The 9:15 to Grand Central (2019). Michael’s second novel, A Debt of War, is in post-production. In December 2017, he started his third novel, a trilogy concept based on a childhood memory, and continues to work on several sho
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Six Bits

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Trailblazing Mediocrity

I understand that to live is to change. I understand we all change as we mature and the very processes and tools we use to live our lives change second to second. Unfortunately, on many levels, our society dictates that those unwilling to change with the times are often left behind. Just because that's so, it doesn't necessarily mean change is a good thing.

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L Dear Micheal,
I would like to thank you for your lovely message and i am so pleased to hear that you liked my review, hence i think that i have told you all that i feel about your work.
I posted the review on amazon.com & amazon.co.uk for you as well, and it was truly a pleasure to read!
Thank you
Lucinda x

(aka writer, english student & aspiring author!). x


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