Mil-Writer inspired by law enforcement work and faith

Trent Ruble (photo provided)

Trent Ruble (photo provided)

Trent Allen Ruble was born in Indiana in 1961. He’s a veteran of the United States Air Force where he traveled extensively as an aircraft loadmaster. He’s now a retired police detective working as a police officer at Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW).

He has shared his  story in a recent post on Military Success Network and here he lets us peek a bit into his process.      
WoW- Words on Wednesday, welcomes Trent Ruble, a relatively recent, but highly motivated writer and published author. 
Mystery novel, 2006

Mystery novel, 2006

His two novels are; “Harrison Davis, Proof Beyond a Reasonable Doubt” and “Gunar Hamilton, Vigilante on the Lam.” 

He also writes weekly articles in his blog; “A Hoosier Perspective.” Ruble is a member of the Military Writers Society of America and is active in supporting fellow MilWriters.
“Harrison Davis,” is a mystery centered on a police detective in a small town. The second, “Gunar Hamilton,” is a sequel but is more of an adventure than a mystery. 
We catch him mid conversation with Helena Kaufman about how he got started and what motivates him to write, after his full time job, after time with wife, children and several grandchildren. Now, 
…..In his own words… [Read more…]

Air Force to law enforcement and the writing life

Introducing Trent Ruble, whom we met on the Facebook page for the Military Writers Society of America. In an upcoming  post on WoW – Words on Wednesdays, Ruble shares how he came to write his first books.

Author and blogger,  Trent Ruble (photo provided)

Author and blogger, Trent Ruble (photo provided)

Transition – his from the US Air Force, early in his military career and by choice -is the topic of this post. As his life story unfolds you’ll see that his military training found him not straying too far from uniformed duty. Now..   in  his own words.…. [Read more…]