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Spotlight On Writers – Frank Geiger

Spotlight On Writers

Frank Geiger


  1. Where, do you hail from?

I’m from New Jersey, though I’ve lived at various times in Iowa, Kansas, North Carolina, and Colorado.

  1. What is the greatest thing about the place you call home?

Probably the Atlantic Ocean.

  1. What turns you on creatively?

Writing, ceramic sculpting, and spending time with friends, sharing the things we know and love.

  1. What is your favorite word, and can you use it in a poetic sentence?

I’m not sure about my favorite word, but I know my least favorite word is fuck. I’ve been making a conscious effort to erase the word from my vocabulary, and I was doing better until one of my grandsons recently came to live with me, knows I’m trying to quit, provokes and encourages my fowl outbursts, and I’m over using the word again.

  1. What is your pet peeve?

People who ask stupid questions. Just joking around. People are so easily offended these days, but probably my biggest pet peeve is my computer lady refuses to leave her house because of the corona virus. In her defense she does have several health problems.

  1. What defines Frank Geiger?

Writing, sculpting, family and friends.

Frank Geiger

Frank Geiger

Frank Geiger currently resides on the Delaware Bay in Cape May County, New Jersey. His beautiful surroundings, hobbies, and wide-ranging experiences over the years give color and depth to his stories, which run the gambit from off-beat and quirky to mainstream commercial and literary.
His story, BOOTLEGGER, was selected as a Featured Post in July 2019 at Spillwords Press. Another story, A WONDERFUL CHILDHOOD, was selected as a Featured Post in October 2019. A non-fiction piece entitled "Interview with Myself" was also selected recently for publication on Spillwords. Frank's novel "Out of Control" is available on Amazon and Kindle Direct.
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