Buzz Interviews Ross Victory
When I was about seven years old, my parents would dress me up in a little suit and send me to first grade with a blue plastic briefcase. I collected notepads, pens, and library cards and was always writing down what people were saying. This made me a target for bullying, but ironically business and communication have been apart of my life. I’ve also always loved to sing. At my core, I am a writer. I think of myself as a visionary–someone with big ideas.
Throughout 2007-2010, I sung in Myspace competition, and got a chance to intern at Power 106 radio station in LA, and also at ASCAP. These were my “official” introductions to the entertainment business. It wasn’t until I published my first book, Views from the Cockpit, in 2019, that I realized I could be a writer per say.
After this book, I got into the studio to record the audiobook and slowly began creating music again. Those two events reminded me how much joy music gives me and how fun it is to develop characters and write stories.
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