Eric Moser is an author, attorney, and regionally-acclaimed youth basketball guru from Louisville, Kentucky. His most famous brushes with celebrities include touching Hulk Hogan’s arm in the mid 1980s and (almost) touching Gavin Rossdale’s shoulder in the summer of 2016. Not many celebrities visit Louisville.
As a child, Eric always enjoyed writing and creating stories, including RPG adventures for his equally nerdy brothers as they
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Eric wrote a stirring political treatise during his college years and challenged his friend’s ‘liberal teacher’ to a debate. The challenge was declined. Eric now realizes that the ‘liberal teacher’ was probably right about 90% of the topics being debated and that Eric was being a typical 19-year-old know-it-all.
His wife would like to confirm that Eric is now a 44-year-old know-it-all.
Eric is happily married. His wife is kind, intelligent, and what would generously be described as “aggressively organized.” Their children possess few of Michelle’s organizational traits. It must be a recessive gene or something.
After 40 years of life, Eric finally released a published work! Community College Hero: Trial by Fire, a 168,000-word comic book-inspired interactive novel, was published by Hosted Games in December, 2015. The story is coded with ChoiceScript, a simple programming language for writing multiple-choice games and interactive novels. Community College Hero allows the reader to customize the main character, a young student with no superpowers who is accepted into a new community college program in Speck, Nebraska, designed to train young people with low-level superpowers. The main character is the only token ‘normal’ student in entire school.
Adventures ensue! Villains appear! And the reader gets to guide the action and make choices throughout the story! Pick up Community College Hero: Trial by Fire on GooglePlay, The App Store, Steam, Amazon App Store, and the Choice of Games website.
Eric immediately started work on Community College Hero 2: Knowledge is Power, the 203,000-word sequel due to be published in the first half of 2018. Stay tuned for more news when the publisher sets a release date!
As of March, 2018, Eric is working on his first traditional novel, Talon City, a fantasy legal thriller with talking owls and other assorted birds! He plans to self-publish Talon City by late 2018.
After reaping the certain financial rewards of this endeavor, Eric plans to purchase a small tin of mints.