A Writer Who Won't Quit His Day Job
Rick Mofina, an award-winning crime writer is doing well. His last book sold half a million copies in his native Canada and the U.S. His latest book, The Dying Hour is his sixth book and launches a series. But the bespectacled Mofina, a former reporter, continues to toil away at his day job as a media advisor to federal bureaucrats in Ottowa.
"I'm just a regular guy," he told CJAD online. "I take the bus to work. I work in the basement like a lot of guys in the suburbs. I'm just doing something I like to do."