Bob Mayer

Bob Mayer

Robert "Bob" Mayer (born 1959) is an author, writing instructor, and former Green Beret. He has written over 50 titles. Mayer has applied the principles from his training in the special forces to his career as a writer and as a writing instructor. He has written several motivational books, including Who Dares Wins: Special Operations Tactics For Success. And Who Dares Wins: The Green Beret Way to Conquer Fear & Succeed.

In addition, he wrote books in partnership with author Jennifer Crusie.

Bob Mayer and novelist Jennifer Talty have created a publishing company called "Cool Gus Publishing" . It serves to re-publish his back list of novels and for his future fiction and non-fiction releases along with releases from Jennifer Talty and other authors. The company sells books in paperback and ebook form and has grown from into a seven figure business in just 18 months.

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