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Ron Mealing
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Blurbarian Since July 2011
Name Ron Mealing
Location Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Gender Male
My Occupation Children's Animation Film Producer
My Bio Ronald William Mealing was born, Sydney, Australia June 18, 1937. After graduation, he took up Accounting and became highly qualified in Post Graduate Cost & Management Accounting, Based within his professional CPA practice, he travelled the world many times to solve highly complex advanced accounting problems. Tired of over ten years this, Ron sold his practtice and commenced to write his first children's story, "Adventures in the Lost Kingdom of Radish" (published, 1984). Ron was severly impacted by the severe 1987 recession and, after taking a commission in Papua New Guinea in 1988, migrated to the USA, finally settling in Tennessee,1991. By 2011, Ron had published his first poetry book ("On - Volume 1"), produced and hosted two TV shows (one award), theatrically exhibited his first film short "The Story of Night & Day" (3 "Best Animation" awards), started production on a full length animated feature based on his first storybook and published his next poetry book, "On - Volume 2",

Books by this author

Things I Don't Mind The World Knowing

Spoiler alert: I'm thinking my next book will be about...
One of the greatest mysteries in the whole world, is the understanding of the language used in that most cherished of British institutions - "Cricket". In or about 2001, I scribbled, in black & white art form, just for my own pleasure, a series of sketch cartoons satirising the quaint expressions that populate the curious linguistic gymnastics most prominent within that worldwide sport. Some 10 years later, i decided to "get it out there" and published it July, 2011
This book is addictive. Read it. (At your own risk.)
"On - Volume 2 - A Book of Poetry" is not for one reading. I challenge all who choose to venture into that literary exposure of my own soul, to defy their inner impulse to allow what is written within my words to enter into their own.

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