What is your favorite flavor of ice cream?
What is your favorite thing to eat for breakfast?
Night owl or early bird?
One food you would never eat?
Skittles or M&Ms?
When you were little, what did you want to be when you "grew up"?
Never wanted to grow up.
You have won one million dollars what is the first thing that you would buy?
Set up a fund for stray cats.
Print or Ebook?
What movie are you looking forward to this year?
IT hasn’t been made yet…….”THE BOOGIE TRAPP”.
Finish the sentence- one book I wish I had written is....
the one I am working on now. That’ how we say it in “BAMA”.
What is next on your to read list?
Unsure. Whatever JOY, the cleaning lady, picks up at garage sales. I read them after her.
Any other books in the works?
Yes, but still in research stage.
Kerry Copeland Smith is the pseudonym of Harold (Hal) W. Brewer and also his alter-ego, Brewer will readily confess. “He was there waiting for me when they pulled me from my mother’s womb,” Brewer laughingly says. “Boogie is older, smarter, tougher and more daring, so I have been very fortunate to have had him around all these years.” Brewer, the youngest of four children, grew up in the small coal mining town of Bradford, Alabama, where his father was employed as a coal miner. His mother, a “stay at home mom,” was an accomplished seamstress, an avid reader, and strict disciplinarian, who “kept close tabs on me,” Brewer states. Brewer attended Mortimer Jordan High in Morris, Alabama and the University of Alabama in Birmingham. He was hired by Montgomery Ward Co. in 1964 and spent the next thirty-two years as an executive, in both their Retail and Logistics’ division. After retiring from the retail business in 1996, he formed his own Real Estate Investment Co., which he managed until fully retiring in 2008. “Boogie was there with me every step of the way, Brewer says. When things weren’t right and the going was tough, I called on Boogie and things got straightened out!” Brewer is also an accomplished artist. His paintings hang in numerous homes throughout the south. He currently lives in Tampa, Florida with his wife Tammie and their three cats. He has two sons (from a previous marriage), three grandchildren and one great-grandchild.