If you had two years left to live from this moment, what would you change about your life starting tomorrow?
I would continue to act on my general goal, which I have learned to appreciate late in life, but will continue to pray for and pursue… I would hope to improve on this goal and to otherwise abide by the guidance in one of my favorite Quotes, followed by a well-known Bible Verse. I have written on prior occasion, “Ancient Roman philosopher and statesman Cicero has left behind many quotable quotes. He said, “A thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue, but the parent of all other virtues.” This wise quotation reminds us of the importance of being grateful. A simple “thank you” has the power to make people feel appreciated. There is hardly a better occasion to express your appreciation … despite those who would preserve their corruption by assailing those with soft hearts and sound soul… The Lord is my strength and shield. I trust him with all my heart. He helps me, and my heart is filled with joy. I burst out in songs of thanksgiving… Psalm 28:2 I would commit to trying harder to live my last two years according to these sentiments and admonition and with the hope, and Faith that I would always do more to heal and less to harm with respect each and every friendship and relationship so that they may be stronger (and not weaker) by the exact date of my death…
Q: Are the characters in your story based on people you know?
Because I take many ‘experiences’ and bring them together to create original and interesting stories, there is no writing directly from some personal life experience… I have never done it and I think that is because I would feel comfortable with doing as much…
Q: Is there any part in writing you don’t like?
Not being able to do it enough… It’s something I never want to get tired of doing, but alas … fatigue can set in and …
Q: Do you have any online sites where people can read more about your books?
Why not visit with me at the “Anything But a Tired Barn” … Check out the Book Introductions, Book Reviews, Interviews with Authors and Friends and even Artwork hanging on the barn walls… Welcome …
Q: Do you have any books in the works?
I am just finishing ‘Lethal Believers: Parisian Procession’, the third novel in the Lethal Believers Series with Master Koda Select Publishing
I have finished and submitted “The Consistency of Emerson’ which has been submitted/acquired by Master Koda Select Publishing
Q: When you read, what is your favorite genre?
It usually is the genre I’m writing in at the time whether it be paranormal, contemporary fiction, young adult or science fiction the variety leaves me a lot of opportunity to appreciate a lot of interest.
G. Mitchell Baker enjoys living out west, from the southwest United States to western Canada. Having practiced law for more than twenty years, Baker enjoys researching and writing projects that draw him into the many genres, to include contemporary fiction, science fiction, and paranormal works of fiction. Also a writer of feature length screenplays, G. Mitchell Baker enjoys adapting his novels to screenplay and, adapting his screenplays to novels.
Baker has been fortunate to compete at the highest levels in sports to include baseball and karate. This spirit leads to his also striving to compete at the highest levels to entertain his readership. Moreover, it is in this spirit Baker invites you to visit and re-visit his ‘Anything But a Tired Barn’, and, to become familiar with his current and ongoing projects. Please take the time to learn more about G. Mitchell Baker, his projects, and any reasonable offer for original and interesting conversation … as much will not be refused.
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MASTER KODA SELECT PUBLISHING
LETHAL BELIEVERS: DVM
(Paranormal Mystery) (Master Koda 2013)
LETHAL BELIEVERS: THE INNOCENTS
(Paranormal Mystery) (Master Koda 2013)
“THE INVOLVEMENT OF EMERSON”
(Contemporary Fiction) (Brent House Books 2013)