Writing a Dream

About Richard

Richard is the author of the “Rumbling Heart” series of books which currently includes Rumbling Heart, Recorded Butterflies, and the third book in the series Emily Martin. The fourth and final book in the series is currently being developed and has yet to be given a title.

Richard lists his literary influences as Ernest Hemingway, John Keats, Stevie Smith, and Billy Collins.

After spending about 10 years in Austin, TX, Richard has relocated back to his old stomping grounds of Corpus Christi, TX. Feel free to comment on any post here, especially those about his writing.

Contact Me

Those looking to get in contact with Richard for either professional or personal reasons: richardwrites@live.com

You can also follow him on Twitter: @RichardAllenRH

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7 responses

  1. lifeneedsnumbers

    Richard, I just read your post about Algebra/College Algebra and English field. Maybe I have useful advice or comments for you. Write to me privately (you have my email address as part of this “leave a reply” form).

    November 13, 2010 at 11:14 pm

  2. Computer Networking Technology sounds like something I’d like to major in 🙂

    December 11, 2010 at 8:22 am

  3. Oh also, why do you start the bio in 3rd person and then switch to first?

    December 17, 2010 at 6:48 pm

  4. it was sort of a washing effect, transitional. I practice with a lot of different style changes within my writing.

    December 17, 2010 at 7:27 pm

  5. Julie

    Richard I recently made several responses to one of your blogs “Casey Anthony who are we to judge”. In doing so I wanted to see and read who initated it in the first place. So I read about you. I too am a survivor of abuse in ways and it has been a struggle to have it all come out in the past 4 years. I am presently in councelling and through that found out that I have to love myself. Although I struggled with this my whole life I managed to raise my daughter for 21 years and if you read my comments to your post. She is doing well as a nurse and is very self confident. I am writing this to say it is amazing to realize how much we can accomplish with the struggles that have or do go on in our inner selfs. I read alot on positive thinking to help me through and just try to chase the demons…lol. Anyone who can be negative or cause me to be negative I cut ties to. So I am glad you to have put the past behind you and can move forward and do positive things in your life. Safe journey always and always love yourself….Julie

    July 5, 2011 at 11:54 pm

    • TY for your kind words. It’s still hard at times, but all I can do is keep moving forward.

      July 5, 2011 at 11:59 pm

  6. Rebecca Scarberry

    Hi Richard: Glad you posted this blog on your Twitter profile. I like to get to know what I can about those I follow and those who follow me back, so I can promote properly. As you probably already know, I am currently self-editing my debut adventure novel. Had a professional editor read 1st 25 pages for free. Was helpful. I love writing so much and it sounds like you do also. I hope the best for you re: sales of your novel and college. A pleasure tweeting with you (and retweeting 🙂

    August 15, 2011 at 7:24 pm

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