M.W. Moore introduces final piece in trilogy

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Author M.W. Moore knows his way around Outwrite Bookstore & Coffeehouse. The Houston native enjoyed his third time in the gayborhood venue on Friday, this time to read from and discuss his latest work “An About Face.”

imageThe work is the final installment in a semi-fictional trilogy that explores Moore’s turbulent life that goes from a promising collegiate athletic career to vices and a stint in prison. Moore attended colleges in Texas and Mississippi where he studied industrial technology and completed in the 200- and 400-meter runs. He continues to participate in track events in Houston, where he works as a rig solution specialist in the oil and gas industry when he’s not creating steamy scenes for his upcoming novels.

Moore spent a little time with Outwrite owner Philip Rafshoon (photo) and his staff before reading from “An About Face.”


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