Author Charles Alan Livingston enjoyed a career across the United States as an accounting executive in the hospitality industry for over 30 years. A native of Fort Worth, Texas, he is an alumnus of the University of Texas at Austin.
Alan’s business travels took him to live in a variety of U.S. locations, from La Jolla, California to Cleveland, Ohio, and more. Settling for over a decade in Biloxi, Mississippi, Livingston moved to Las Vegas, after 2005's Hurricane Katrina destroyed the family's waterfront home. In Las Vegas, he and his wife continued their work in the casino industry on the Las Vegas Strip before Alan became a multiple cancer survivor. The couple has three adult children, and at this writing, two grandsons.
Livingston's published works began with the 2014 inspirational novel Gabriel's Creek, joined by the memoir Intersection with History: How My Family Crossed Paths with JFK and Oswald in 2017. He writes novels, short stories, poetry, memoir, travel pieces, and occasional thought-provoking posts. He is available for speaking on a variety of topics.
The author's website includes more about the author, how to contact him, and both scheduled and past appearances, along with podcasts or videos of some of those. This is also where to find sample works and detail on available titles, including how to buy all his works in electronic and print formats.
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