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Author Frank Chase Jr

Author Dr.Frank Chase, JR

About Frank –

Dr. FRANK CHASE, JR., is a native of Baltimore, Maryland. He graduated from Walbrook High School in 1978 and then enlisted and served in the United States Army for four years. During his path in life, he has served as a teacher, counselor, mentor and leader in men’s ministries and has spoke at various men’s conferences.

He is a graduate of Washington State University and has a BA degree in Communications with a minor in Sociology. Because Frank believes in education, he pursued religious degrees and graduated from North Carolina College of Theology with a Bachelor of Biblical Studies, a Master of Arts in Theology, and a Doctor of Theology. 

He also started his publishing company, FC Publishing, LLC to self publish his first two books. As a writer, Dr. Chase authored his first book, False Roads to Manhood, What Women Need to Know: What Men Need to Understand, dealing with the issues of manhood. He recently published his second book titled, Kleptomaniac: Who’s Really Robbing God Anyway, which takes you on a proverbial archaeological quest to uncover the true meaning of biblical tithing. Not only does the book cover the Old Testament tithe, but it examines what the New Testament teaches about giving and so-called tithing.

Dr. Chase has also authored and published religious and relationship articles for newspapers, online magazines and print media.  He has appeared on local television and Internet radio programs. Mr. Chase is an avid racquetball player, and loves movies, reading and good conversation, and he never shies away from talking about difficult or even controversial subjects. Anyone who knows Frank will tell you that he has always been an analytical thinker about every aspect of life even from childhood. It is not uncommon for people to remark that Chase is a very easy person to talk to. Frank lives with his wife Teresa in Alabama and is the father of six children and the grandfather of eight. Mr. Chase currently works as senior aviation writer for Army Helicopters for the Department of the Army’s monthly publication, PS Magazine, LOGSA, located at Redstone Arsenal, AL. 

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Questions –

1. When did realize that you wanted to be an author?
I realized I wanted to become an author around the time I was 15 or 16 years old.  I used to listen to a program on the radio called mystery theater and that got me interested in writing short stories. I was also an avid movie attender and many of my ideas for want to write come from watching movies. So from that time on, i attempted to write my first book, based on the movie, Towing Inferno. 

2. How long does it take for you to write one of your books?

My first book, False Roads to Manhood: What Women Need to Know: What Men Need to Understand took me seven years of research and writing. But as you write, the time it takes to write a book can sometime be shorter. My second book started out as a 117-page power point study on tithing. And frankly I was going to leave the study at that. But I kept getting encouragement from friends and co-workers to turn it into a book. So my second book only took a little over a year to finish because I had previously completed the research two to three years before authoring the book.  

3. How do you balance your work schedule when you’re busy writing?

Most of the time my writing is done on the weekend and on my days off from work.  But I’m sure that when I retire I can devote more time to writing.  

4. What would you say is your interesting writing quirk?

I think my writing quirk is that I have never used an outline to write a book. I compile the book and do clean up. Well, sometimes that process is nerve racking but I enjoy it. 

5. How do you come up with ideas for your books?

Most of the time my ideas for books come from my desire to question beliefs, ideas and thoughts. Sometimes a simple question in my mind can turn into a book. 

6. When did you write your first book?

When did I write my first book? That is a long story. My first book was published back in 2005. It all started when I could not find any books on manhood and healing recovery after I went through a divorce. With no material to address the emotions of men, I set out on a journey to try to write and publish a work that addresses the issues of  manhood that teaches men how to recover and get on the path to renewed manhood. The journey ended up being seven years. 

7. What are your hobbies when you’re not writing?

My hobbies are not that many, but i love playing racquetball and I still like going to movies as much as I did when I was a young. I also love going out to restaurants. I guess my hobby is eating as well.  

8. What does your family and close friends think of your writing?

My friends and family have always encouraged me to write. And I hope that one day one of my children carry on the writing bug in their lives. 

9. What was one of the most interesting things that you learned about yourself when you published your first book?

When i wrote my first book, I discovered that I was not just a writer but that I was an intense researcher who liked to study and learn everything I could about a subject before I put pen to paper. 

10. How many books have you written? Which one is your favorite?

I’ve only written two books and I’m working on a third one. My favorite book is my second book, Kleptomaniac: Who’s Really Robbing God Anyway? Writing this book taught me things about the Bible i would have  never learned from sitting in a pew of a church or in Sunday school. 

11. What do you think makes a good story?

I think a good story meets the needs of the many and outweighs the needs of the few or the one. The story in my mind must challenge, create questions and make people think outside of the box.  

12. Where do you like to kick back and write your books?

i basically write my books in my man cave on the computer. I don’t usually write anywhere else. 

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Thanks Frank!!