An interview with Paul Sekulich

Paul Sekulich
The Omega Formula ~ 2013


Thank you for taking your time for me 


Who are your influences?

Please visit his website interview at:

When did you begin writing?

1970, while in college

How do you come up with your stories, characters, character names, POV, etc.?

My wife says my mind is a little pawnshop of shit. An idea walks in, tinkles my little shop doorbell, and I make it into something, often just more shit. But every once and a while… literary gold.

Do you work from an outline?

Part outliner, part pantser

Tell me about your favorite scene in your novel(s).

It’s one involving Detective Frank Dugan that would be a big spoiler for you if I told you about it. When you read the book, you may find that it’s your favorite too. It has to do with a dark, humid place.

Can you tell us a little about your writing philosophy?

In a sentence, I want to tell a story that entertains from the very first page to the end of the book.

Have you ever tried writing in any other genres?

Yes, comedic stories, stage plays, screenplays, poetry, and ad copy.

Do you have any interesting writing-related anecdotes to share?

Please see the website interview.

Do you listen to music as you write?

Rarely. I find a running TV white noise and usually let it play as I write. 

On the behalf of my reader's, again I thank you Paul for your time

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About the author  ~

Connect with Paul Sekulich

Paul Sekulich is a thoroughly traveled writer who has lived in New York, Detroit, Chicago; Stuart and Palm Beach, Florida; Manhattan Beach, Los Angeles and Hollywood, California. He holds a B.A. degree in Theatre from the University of Maryland and Masters of Fine Arts credits from Towson University and the University of Southern California.
He is a member of the Screen Actors Guild, The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists (now SAG-AFTRA) and the Actors Equity Association. As a former adjunct professor of theatre he has directed numerous college productions and has taught acting, directing, and screenwriting.
In Hollywood, he worked as a script doctor and contributor for two, prime time television sitcoms.

He has completed his first three thriller novels, The Omega Formula, and A Killer Season. His third book, another Detective Frank Dugan thriller, Resort Isle, is complete and available now. In the spring of 2017, he plans to debut Murder Comes to Paradise, another in the Frank Dugan detective series.
He has written, acted in, produced and directed films, commercials and stage productions since he was eighteen and has won awards for his work. He owned and operated The Limestone Dinner Theatre for several years and now teaches college seminars on novel writing, self-publishing, and scriptwriting for television and the movies.
Paul lives with his wife Joyce in Maryland.

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