M.W. Moore reads from new novel ‘Deviant’ at Outwrite July 29 M.W. MOORE returns to Outwrite on FRIDAY, JULY 29, at 7:30 p.m., to read from and sign copies of his exciting new book, DEVIANT, his fourth novel. This event is free and open to the public. DEVIANT tracks the turbulent life of young, rich, and educated urban professionals. It appears an environmental disaster will bring the Kings Heights neighbors closer together until greed settles in among some residents, and a deep dark secret of a prominent neighbor is discovered and unveiled. But when unpredictable events related to environmental and corporate sabotage arise simultaneously and come crashing down full-force around all five main characters, only the strong-minded will be left standing. Relationships will be tested and severed. Who will be brave enough to step out on faith, complete a divine calling, and carry out a daring appointed mission in order to dismantle the deviant behavior of a loved one? M.W. MOORE began writing while incarcerated in 1997, serving a 15-year prison term for several bank robberies. A NCAA track-and-field champion, Moore is now a successful writer and sought-after speaker who eloquently and courageously tells about the dark side of addictions and its consequences, including HIV and drug abuse. Living in Houston, he is also a Rig Solution Specialist in the oil and gas industry. Moore is also author of the fictionalized trilogy of novels inspired by his own life: For What I Hate I Do, Internal Chaos, and An About Face. The author stands firm to his purpose of being open and honest about his past failures and the consequences that follows all deviant behavior. (jasbro)
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