I Ain’t Quite Right

Marc “Wiggy”  Kovacs pursued a career as a NASA space shuttle pilot after graduating from North Carolina State University with a degree in aerospace engineering.  After a brief stint in Naval Aviation Officer Candidate School in Pensacola, Florida, he embarked on a totally unexpected and unrelated 19-year career in oil refinery and power plant design and construction around the world.  Along the way, he realized writing could be a more creative, rewarding and environmentally-friendly outlet for his somewhat demented take on life.

His humorous philosophical views have been published in Cigar Aficionado as well as various local publications.  I Know Everything But I Forget Some Things Sometimes is his first full-length literary work.   He currently lives in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

6 Responses to “I Ain’t Quite Right”

  1. Oh little boy of Bethlehem, how well you see the light!

    Nice blog, Wigg-Man!

    Jeni 😉

  2. You rock! Great to see you here, Marc! This is SOOOOO your thing.

    xxoo

  3. Hello, Wiggy!

    This is just a quick word to let you know I’ve nominated you for the Kreativ Blogger badge – an award that can be posted in your sidebar.

    Click here for details:

    http://writary.wordpress.com/2009/11/14/id-like-to-thank-the-academy/

    All the best,
    corra

  4. Hiya Wiggy ..
    I’ve been meaning to check out your blog but this changes everything. Navy AND NCState. You for sure ‘ain’t quite right’ ; ).
    You are funny though.
    I’ll check back in …
    Army Brat and GT Yellow Jacket aka Catwrites22

    • Yellow Jacket and Army? What a mess you must be. LOL And I think I’m not quite right. One of my good friends went to GT class of 89 I think. Mech Engineering. Thanks for stopping by and checking this out. 🙂

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