Marvin Wilson - Beware of the Devils Hug featured on GaptoothDiva RadioMarvin D. Wilson has had many rich life experiences, from Hippie Rock, Roll musician, to nightclub entertainer, to Zen student, and then ordained Buddhist minister. He was a carpenter, a small business owner, a network marketer, a sales trainer, a skilled trade’s instructor and adult education teacher, a public speaker and motivational coach, and now in his chosen “golden years” career, a writer and multi-published author with the self-proclaimed, “audacity to write novels.” He is also a professional editor, on staff with All Things That Matter Press and taking freelance projects as well.

Wilson describes his spiritual path as one who is a non-religious, dogma-free, maverick spiritualist Christian, with a strong bent toward Zen, Taoism, and the Law of Attraction, and who believes in the Oneness of all creation and all paths leading to re-awakening to the One. He is the proud father of three grown children and seven (and counting) grandchildren, and enjoys organic gardening as well as listening to, writing, performing and recording music—when not writing, travelling, and marketing his books.

Marvin Wilson - Beware of the Devils Hug featured on GaptoothDiva RadioMarvin writes primarily in the spiritual/inspirational genre, but likes to pen “cross-over” novels that appeal to a wide audience. His books are uplifting, sometimes weighty, oftentimes humorous, abidingly thought provoking, meant to instil and create passion and emotion, more than occasionally provocative to the point of controversial, and always “tell it like it is”, real world, no punches pulled writing. He likes to deliver spiritual messages in a non-preachy, often irreverent, sometimes sexy and ribald way, through the medium of an entertaining story.

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    1. I’m sorry I was expecting so much more from that interview. It felt like I was pulling teath and extremely disrespected. You refused to answer a straight question, call me by my name, and you admitted to not knowing about us or the show. This is a pure example of what happens when marketing and promoting yourself goes wrong. I strongly suggest you get a publicist. One of my worst interviews ever. Thanks for you time, but we will no longer need you in our network.


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