Describe your book in five words or less. "EAST WIND"
Islamic nuclear attack on US
How did the ideas for your books come to you?
Working as chimeical and nuclear engineer
What is the hardest part of writing for you? What's the easiest?
If you can write, you'll know it, hopefully. In my career writing has been the heart and soul.
What's next for you? Are you currently working on or have plans for future projects?
I am currently working on a sequel, based on worldwide Islamic terror.
Why did you choose to write for specific genre?
It's specific to my expertise, and it is the most important thing happening in the world today, literally.
What's it like hearing that readers are eagerly awaiting your book's release date?
I've had excellent response from the people who have read it, and it gives me the incentive to continue.
What is one question that you've always wanted to be asked in an interview? How would you answer that question?
Do yopu really think a nuclear attack carried out by these people is possible?
Yes. Read the book, and you will see why and how.
What was your road to publications like?
Long and difficult.
Jack has been a practicing engineer and engineering professor for over forty years. He has taught at Georgia Tech, the University of California, Berkeley and UCLA. He has worked on the U.S. nuclear program at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, helped design some of the manned space vehicles at NASA, and patented a number of air pollution devices for the energy industry. He has authored several technical books, including a widely used text on Thermodynamics.
Jack is also a professional actor, having appeared in numerous stage productions in Atlanta and Los Angeles. He played 'Jake' in the Atlanta premier of Neil Simon's 'Jakes Women' and the mean 'Colonel Jessep' in the Atlanta premier of 'A Few Good Men.' He also has appeared in a number of TV sitcoms and commercials.