R. L. Mosz is a self-published author of thought-provoking, dramatic fiction.
Themes in my writing include healing from trauma and illness, family life, and clean romance.
People often ask me why I write fiction when I seldom read it. I prefer non-fiction because it’s true.
However, fiction is an excellent medium for imparting truth, and I strive to accomplish this with my novels. Each weave together experiences and events gleaned from my own life and the lives of others.
The Keeper, inspired by factual accounts from people like Dr. Chris Seacrest, explores the topic of post-traumatic stress disorder.
Roses in December, set in the 1970s, examines the subject of poor choices made in our youth.
Curandero is a story loosely based on my own experiences and the incidents of people I’ve known concerning a terminal illness.
Connections—a collection of five short stories—showcases difficult lessons learned while navigating the shoals of life.
The beauty of nature and my Christian faith are my inspiration for writing.