In This Episode:
- Being a Wedding DJ, Bridezillas, and a Frustrating Situation Rich Dealt With
- Why Rich Decided To Use His Real Name Instead of a Woman’s Name
- How a Woman’s Remark Started his Book “Mr. Crotchety”
- Being Single For Thirteen Years, Then Marrying the Love of His Life
- The Importance of Planning and Positivity
“In fact, one of the pieces of advice I got, before I even published my first book, was don’t use your male name because women won’t buy romance from a man.” ~@richamooi.author
“I was happy to lose all of that money just to have them out of my life and not have to think about them anymore.” ~@richamooi.author
“I’m very very happily married to the love of my life, but that actually followed a period where I was single for 13 years.” ~@richamooi.author
“We’re all set in our ways in many regards and sometimes it’s tough to break through that crust in your brain to get to the goodness on the inside that lets you relax.” ~@richamooi.author
“When you’re writing with humor and the world around you is crumbling with negativity and you need to write comedy, it is not easy.” ~ @richamooi.author
“Had to adjust the hook, because he says “in fact” super close to the rest of his sentence “one of the pieces…” ~@richamooi.author
Rich Amooi is a Taleflick Discovery Winner, Readers’ Favorite Gold Medal Recipient, Holt Medallion Finalist, and the Amazon Bestselling author of 16 romantic comedies, including It’s Not PMS, It’s You, Dying to Meet You, There’s Something About a Cowboy, and Madam Love, Actually.
A former radio personality and wedding DJ, Rich now writes romantic comedies full-time in San Diego, California, and is happily married to a kiss monster imported from Spain. Rich believes in public displays of affection, silliness, infinite possibilities, donuts, gratitude, laughter, and happily ever after.
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