Norm Schriever is an Amazon.com best-selling author...
pro blogger, cultural mad scientist, and enemy of the comfort zone. His work regularly appears in the Huffington Post, Bussiness.com, and on Good Morning America, the Anderson Cooper show on CNN, NBC, MSN, Yahoo, Hotels.com, the University of Connecticut, and newspapers, websites, and radio shows all around the world. His blogging and online marketing work helps smart companies grow their brands and skyrocket sales.
Norm grew up in Connecticut and graduated from the University of Connecticut, where he was never accused of over-studying, and went on to live in Colorado and most recently in Northern California.
Dissatisfied with a conventional existence, Norm sold or donated all of his possessions and moved down to Costa Rica in 2011. In the sleepy surf town of Tamarindo, armed with his secret weapons: fresh ocean air and Baileys in his morning coffee, he completed his first book, Pushups in the Prayer Room. In 2012 he migrated a chicken bus ride north to San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua, where he settled into a local barrio and wrote the best-selling yet controversial expat memoir, South of Normal.
The past year he's lived in Southeast Asia, writing his heart out and working with local charities.
He released The Book Marketing Bible this spring, which quickly became an Amazon.com best seller, to help new and self published authors master the overwhelming and ultra competitive task of selling their books.
He sees his words as a way to illuminate the commonalities of human existence, and thereby hopes to leave this planet a little better than how he found it. This is why he writes.
You can find him on Twitter @NormSchriever