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Alec Ott

@alecott
Alec Ott’s professional life spans over 20 years with writing experience in marketing literature, proposals, technical manuals, legal documents and creative works. He studied English Literature at the University of Maryland and has degrees in English, Business Administration and Law. Alec lives in Northern Kentucky with his wife, Marygrace, and six children along with several pet rabbits and a cat.

His creative work includes:

Novels
Perdicion: The Other Blue Planet (to be published in November 2017)
Perdicion: Evil Under the Yellow Planet (in progress)
Perdicion: Secrets of the Red Planet (in progress)

Short Stories
The Natural Contract (2016)
The Healing
The Decent

Why God Does Not Want You To Worry About Anything…

The Andrew Klavan Symposium, Part 7

Five Liberty Island writers – Fred Tribuzzo, Alec Ott, Jon Bishop, Chris Queen, and David M. Swindle — explore the insights from the memoir of one of their favorite novelists

New Fiction: The Decent

When a Trump Supporter And a Progressive Go On Their First Date…

Gary showed up right at 5:25, coatless and tieless, trying his best to match Gina’s more casual khakis and polo shirt. They did start out in the coffee shop, Gina ordering them two decaffeinated lattes. (Wanda eyed her wryly, shaking her head.) After about an hour, he invited her to dinner at a local seafood bar that was appropriately causal. She agreed. And as it was a warm late Spring evening they walked the three blocks together.

A Search For An Authentic Life

The Andrew Klavan Symposium, Part 2

Five Liberty Island writers – Fred Tribuzzo, Alec Ott, Jon Bishop, Chris Queen, and David M. Swindle — explore the insights from the memoir of one of their favorite novelists

New Fiction: The Healing

The realization hit Jim like a boxing glove. “Terry,” he said, tears now flowing in his eyes. He pulled her to him and hugged her with all his might. “I’m so, so sorry!” After a few moments, he pulled back and looked into her eyes again. “The fear, the hopelessness, of being unloved! I can’t imagine how that felt!”

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