Richard Hallman’s career path was clear: rock star, movie director, famous (and rich) novelist. Any of these would do. Later, after not pursuing any of these at all in any way, his true calling became clear: librarianship. It’s the only other profession offering the same emotional and financial rewards along with exposure to beautiful people.
Richard spent most of his career working at a newspaper in Atlanta, his home town, until the newspaper industry went away. Now he’s a budding collection developer. When he’s not thinking about Books, Books, Books, he’s probably thinking about or doing something about the other three B’s: Bicycles, Boats and Being in the woods. He’s also fond of eating and sleeping. He’s married to Fern, and is a patient father to Barney and Wilma (kitties) and an impatient father to a scruffy terrier named Scruffy.