Robert (Bob) Ivey writes mostly mystery and speculative fiction although he has had two stories published in The Pepper Tree – A Literary Magazine. He occasionally publishes essays, thought pieces and short stories on his blog websites along with stories appearing in his writer’s group’s annual anthologies. In March 2020 he self-published a novella, The Implant.

After retiring from a 30+ year career as an engineer and computer systems and software developer, Bob moved to southwest Florida in 2005 with his wife of over 50 years and has immersed himself in learning and practicing the craft of writing.

Previously, his writing experience was career related technical writing including some newsletter articles.

Bob and his wife have one daughter, a son-in-law, and one granddaughter living in central Indiana.

If you are interested in any of my stories please contact me by making a comment or email me at iveyr (at) hotmail (dot) com

1 Response to About

  1. Good evening, Bob, Dan Kaminski here. I have a question ahead of next week’s meeting that maybe you can help me with. I’m trying to create a website, I’m using wix.com. I’d like to do what you’ve done here, that is, post an excerpt from each of my books, as teasers, and maybe post a couple of short, flash fiction pieces, as freebies, for people to read at my site. The problem is, I’ve created these excerpts and flash fiction pieces as word documents, but how do I turn them into a link to post at my website? When I tried to do it, the first thing that comes up is my browser menu showing all my documents for downloading. Obviously, I don’t want viewers to see all that, I just want the links to go to the actual stories. Any ideas on what I’m doing wrong? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks much, Dan.
    I’m at kamidan@gmail.com.


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