October 20, 2019
  • 9:10 pm Eps. 132: Santa Clarita Resident and Published Author, Ron Fulleman

Ron Fulleman was raised in the San Fernando valley.  He was an employee at GTE and Verizon Communications for 27 years before going to work at an on-line marketing firm.  It was during this time that Ron began writing stories for young adults with literacy issues, sometimes referred to as  hi/lo stories (high interest stories at a lower reading level)  These first stories, which he refers to as the “Ron and Bob Stories,”  are written for 6th to 9th graders who are closer to a 2nd or 3rd grade reading level.        

Ron has just published a novel through Putnam and Smith Publishing tited “Faces in the Flames Ghost Story”   The book, like the “Ron and Bob stories”,  is written as a hi/lo story but is full-length novel and based on a actual battleship from World War Two.

I met with Ron last month to discuss his latest book, how he got into writing and how he approaches both the story and the issues of hi/lo reading.  I found him to be very introspective but modest about his work despite the fact that he is providing material for an audience who very much needs it.

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