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A writer of high octane Thriller/Adventure stories. Great characters, great plotting, fast moving and a great read!

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Biography of Morton M. Rumberg

Mort is a retired US Air Force Officer who served as a Rescue and Survival technician teaching escape, evasion and survival techniques to air crew members; he survived a tour in Vietnam and barely survived two tours in the Pentagon as a computer systems action officer. Serving in the Pentagon ("Disneyland East" to insiders) was no picnic-- he says he should have received combat pay.

After serving 20 years in the USAF, Mort was an information technology consultant and a manager with a large, international health care insurance company designing computer business systems. (He laments that despite designing the systems, they wouldn't assign priority to his own insurance claims.)

Mort earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, a Master of Arts in Teaching, and a Doctorate in Education. He's been an adjunct professor of computer sciences for several universities in the Washington, DC area, including George Washington University, University of Maryland, Marymount University, as well as several community colleges.

The high point of Mort's life was, for 10 years, living with his wife Susan aboard "Irish Gold," a motor yacht berthed on the Potomac River. After several years of feeling waterlogged, Susan declared, "It's time to move to dry land." So, they packed up their life preservers and moved across the river to Alexandria, Virginia, with their American Eskimo dogs, Yuki and Kori.

After retiring from the private sector, Mort became an active writer, a volunteer with the Alexandria Police Department, the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria, and was very involved with the Northern Virginia chapter of the Association of Information Technology Professionals.

Mort now resides in Gold River, California where he continues to write.  His other hobbies include painting, genealogy, traveling and magic.


2011: Honorable Mention- Writers-Editors Network International Writing Competition - The Marker

2010: Fifth Place Winner - 79th Annual Writer's Digest Short Story Competition - "Click"

2009: Third Place Winner - Writers-Editors Network International Writing Competition Short Story "Gone Fishing"

2009: Honorable Mention - Writers-Editors Network International Writing Competition Short Story "A Gift From Trinh"
2008: Honorable Mention, 77th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition, "A Gift From Trinh"

2005: Honorable Mention, 74th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition, "If I Had A Hammer"

2005: Honorable mention, 74th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition, "In the Beginning..."

Novel: "CodeName: Snake" Third-place winner in Xerox nationwide "Aspiring Authors Contest"

2005: Honorable Mention in Florida State Writing Competition — Short Story "In The Beginning. . ."

2005: Quarterfinalist in L. Ron Hubbard's Writers of the Future Contest — 2d Quarter. Short Story "I, Prisoner"

2005: Quarterfinalist in L. Ron Hubbard's Writers of the Future Contest — 3d Quarter. Short Story "Coming of Age"

Additional Information

Published articles "Searching for My Roots: A Beginner's Notes" The Galitzianer, November, 2003 "Communicating Effectively" Equal Opportunity, Spring, 2001 "Saying Goodbye" Equal Opportunity, 2001 "Five Strategies for the Hunt" Information Executive, January, 2001 "On the Job Hunt" Woman Engineer, Fall, 2000 "Associate for Assistance" Succeed Magazine, Winter, 2000 "What is This Thing Called Networking?" Information Executive, May, 2000 "When Good Enough Isn't Good Enough. Résumés: Making Them Effective" Information Executive, April, 2000 "To Speak Up or . . . Shut Up. Missed Opportunities in Communicating Effectively," Information Executive, March, 2000 "Membership in Professional Associations: Maintaining the Competitive Edge," Clinical Laboratory Managers Association, Utah Chapter Newsletter, March, 2000; Computer Credible, January, 2000; Information Executive, November/December, 1999 "Membership in Professional Associations Keeps You Competitive, "Progressive Engineer, September/October, 1999 "How to Get a Job — and Love It," CAREERS & the disABLED, Spring, 1999 "Telecommuting-Working at Home and Loving It," Information Executive, February, 1999 "Should You Participate in A Clinical Trial?" Senior Beacon, January, 1999 "Writing Effective Résumés," Equal Opportunity Magazine, Fall, 1998 "Take Me To the Fair," Equal Opportunity Magazine, Winter, 1998 "The Year 2000 Problem?" Corrections Forum, November/December, 1997 Police and Security News, September/October, 1997 Masonry Magazine, September/October, 1997 The Business and Professional Woman, September, 1997 AITP Northern Virginia Chapter newsletter, March, 1997 "21st Century Computer Problem?" Senior Magazine, September, 1997 "Benefits of Membership," DPMA Northern Virginia Chapter newsletter, November, 1995

Favorite Links

CodeName: Snake
A novel of revenge. An assassin operating in Berlin during WWII.

Sting of the Geisha
An erotic serial killer is pursued by the FBI

Retirement Policy
Rogue CIA agents, murder, drugs.

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