Victor Miller (1948 - ) has always loved to read and draw. He would have opted to be an illustrator of comic books but fate chose an alternate path. In his late 30s he was given a copy of the "Writer's Digest" by accident and the writing bug soon took hold. He did freelance writing and illustration for an independent magazine titled "Comic Effect". His short stories were printed in obscure magazines, "Stygian Articles" and "Keene Science Fiction". Both magazines now out of business. His novel "Mask of the Crime Czar" was begun 20 years ago and first saw print under the Title of "The Power of Mindforce". Poor sales told him the title was all wrong for the book and it needed a serious rewrite; giving it a darker tone. Now, along with a sequel to "Mask" he has compiled the best of his short stories into an anthology and it is also offered through Kindle Books.
Semi-retired now, he has returned to his hobby of painting landscapes and florals in oil or acrylic. Added to this are created pen and ink drawings also digital artwork that can be printed in any size poster required.