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Richmond Shreve is a former Senior Editor at OEN, a writer, and an author of short stories. His "Lost River Anthology" (amazon.com) was released in March 2009. His "Instructor Candidate Manual" (lulu.com) is widely used by motorsport clubs to train instructors of high performance driving.

"These days [he] calls himself a 'generalist.' He has excelled in several careers and has many areas of expertise. A retired business owner and marketing executive, he is also an electronics technician, a high pressure boiler operator, a published author, a website designer, a strategic planner, a Photo Shop professional, a race track driving instructor, a radio station engineer, a business consultant, and an active volunteer firefighter. He works from his home in Cape May Point, NJ." -- by Marguerite Chandler (his spouse)

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       Monday, June 4, 2012
How I Became a "Bestselling" Author (416 views) Richmond Shreve describes how his wife Marguerite made him a bestselling author and explains how self-publishing gives authors a path to profit and recognition where it most feeds the spirit -- among those we are closest to.

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       Monday, June 4, 2012
Making the Headlines (456 views) Want to see your article featured in the headlines? Want to go to the front of the line for quick publication? OEN Senior Editor Richmond Shreve reveals the secrets.