Working backwards helped me envision a future and storyline for my characters and in a way a future for myself since I wrote it during a very difficult time in my life
Cape Coral, FL (PRWEB) October 11, 2016
Treatment Revisited was released at the beginning of the month via soft launch on Amazon.com. Its author Ralph H. Perkins, a noted automotive advertising and marketing executive, also plans to release the new book in digital format through Kindle on Thursday, October 13.
"Compared to the previous book in the series, the undertones in this one are less angry. Treatment: Revisted was particularly fun for me because I was able to cross personal boundaries to really develop Kevin's character and portray him as a convincing conniving party boy," he commented when asked about his new release.
Both books in the Treatment series were originally written as screenplays on flights between Miami and California. Although he was offered a movie deal to turn his first book into a comic book style animated film, he declined because it didn't fit his vision of a live action movie.
"The end of the book I'm releasing now (Treatment: Revisited) was actually written before the first book was ever published. Working backwards helped me envision a future and storyline for my characters and in a way, a future for myself since I wrote it during a very difficult time in my life," said Perkins. "Now that I'm in a much better place, seeing the evolution of my work and writing is very exciting and satisfying to me," he added.
Ralph H. Perkins has worked in the automotive business for over two decades, building his expertise in auto sales and marketing. He found inspiration for the Treatment series on flights between Miami and California during the tail-end of his 9-year term as VP of Sales & Marketing at a US top 20 automotive dealer group.
Now a Chief Operating Officer at a large dealership group in Hawaii, Perkins continues his passion of writing, often using his personal life as inspiration for his popular short stories and screenplays.