Bob Fields

Following a successful career as an Air Force Officer, Bob Fields pursued a business career focused on the development of new products for the communications industry. After his retirement from business in 1999 he launched a career as a Free Lance Writer. His early work appeared in regional magazines, company oriented newsletters, and Blogs related to the environment.
Encouraged by editors and peers, he began work on his first book; a memoir titled “Letters to Lyla” a story of a boy coming of age in the 1940s. That book was followed by another memoir, Letters to Savanah Belle. His first novel, Rendezvous with Destiny was published in May 2015.
He has several short stories published as eBooks. They are marketed by Barnes and Noble, Kindle, and SMASHWORDS.
The depth of research that goes into the creation of books by Bob is evident in the compelling and authentic telling of his stories. Fields is not hemmed in by the facts but rather uses those facts as a means of letting his imagination create multi-layered and emotionally satisfying stories. Fields dips into his life experiences in war, business, travel, and Northern Maine roots to create provocative characters
A graduate of the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, Bob lives and writes from his restored 1809 home in Central New York where he, his wife Janice, and three children operated a Quarter Horse Training Facility for several years.