Kevin Gregory Wilson a main character of “Crime and Drugs on Trip City Street” by Timothy Louis Baker

What is your story?

I am the richest criminal and most powerful man on the earth by the time I’m 40 years old. I want to build an army that will take over the earth nation by nation until I finally can rule the world as a criminal empire in anarchy. I started out walking the streets of New York City when I was four years old, never went to a day of school instead becoming involved in criminal activity when I was six years old and heavily involved in the crime world when I was seven. I started saving money for my ‘New Army’ that I want to build when I was age 10.

Who are you?

My name is Kevin Gregory Wilson and I am a very bad man. Every criminal deal that goes down owes me a piece of the action, part of the money from it. I always know everything about it and I have eyes and ears everywhere.

Where do you live?

I live primarily on Trip City Street in futuristic New York City. I also have houses all over the world that I occasionally go to stay for periods of time.

Are you the hero of your own story?

The only way I can be considered a hero is among the criminals I have under me who stand behind me, especially on Trip City Street where my criminal empire began.

What is your problem in the story?

My biggest problem is me not knowing that I can only become so big and so bad in the world and that there are other crime bosses out there that are jealous of how far I have come in the criminal world upon our earth.

Do you have a problem that wasn’t mentioned in the story?

I seek out and discover ways of making conflict and inducing harm. In fact I did a drive by and killed a man when I was 16 years old; just for the fun of it. I never flinch from delivering evil but instead in my business I have to deal with people in an evil manner very consistently. Sometimes I have other people do it for me but I am often where it originates.

Do you embrace conflict?

I see myself as ‘Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the most powerful of them all?’ I can only see one face and that is mine. In my warped macho mind nobody else takes a place looking in the mirror. According to me there is no competition in the same category as I list myself. That was all true for a long time but the bigger they are the harder they fall.

Do you run from conflict?

My ruffian henchmen see me how I really am because I am the most powerful and everybody is underneath me. They all thought that and were loyal until my most trusted friend who was right underneath me in the hierarchy I created became money hungry and greedy and turned on me right at the end.

How do you see yourself?

My enemies all fear me. The ones that don’t respect me and my position are all dead or will soon be. Nobody dared stand up to me because they wouldn’t live through it. Until my right hand man finally got the idea that he could become much richer if he murdered me.

How do your friends see you?

The author shows me and my story just how I am and he left nothing out to be left guessing without a vivid answer.

How do your enemies see you?

I have never purposefully done anything that law abiding citizens would consider positive or constructive for anybody else in my life. I have only lived for myself and it becomes very evident that I will never consciously help anybody in a lawful manner. That’s the way I want it.

How does the author see you?

My ultimate goal is to build a terrorist army and take over control of the earth as my own personal criminal empire and rule it in anarchy.

Do you think the author portrayed you accurately?

My strengths are influencing people with my power and getting what I want from them.

What do you think of yourself?

My weakness is that I can’t understand that you can only get about so big and that I am already about that big. Someday somebody is going to kill me.

Do you have a hero?

My skills are all of a criminal and negative nature. I can kill, I can inflict injury, I can harm with malicious intent and I do all of the above in my dealings with Crime and Drugs on Trip City Street by Timothy Louis Baker

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Timothy Louis Baker, Author of “Crime and Drugs on Trip City Street”

What is your book about?

Crime and Drugs on Trip City Street by Timothy Louis Baker is about a crime syndicate headquartered on a fictitious city street in futuristic New York City. The leader of the crime ring is the most powerful criminal on earth and his crime syndicate extends into every country. He plots an assassination attempt upon the President of the United States so that the Vice President would take office that could be bought and would enable him in his plans for a world takeover. To take over control of every country on the earth by waging war with each nation until every government is conquered so that the world would be in anarchy ruled by him. Finally when that WW III is over even and the world has a chance to recuperate he would launch an assault of all people who were not of the white race to be slaughtered so there would be an totally white racist world and he would rule it until he died.

How long had the idea of your book been developing before you began to write the story?

This story was unique in that the idea came to me immediately before I began writing it and I just sat down to write it. It went through many twists and turns, me moving from one location that circumstances didn’t permit me to continue writing it, then moving again to another area that permitted me to pursue writing again. I only had a quarter of it written and that needed editing but I managed to add to it here and there until it was finished, except for the publisher’s editor who helped me put the fine-tuned edges on it and it was completed and then published.

What inspired you to write this particular story?

I have lived much of my life involved in criminal activity and using drugs so when it came time to actually create fiction books on that subject, I had a good wellspring of savvy of my own to draw upon. I had never been to New York City but I had lived on the roads and in the streets, at least partially in some larger cities. So I wasn’t writing about something I had totally no knowledge about.

How long did it take you to write your book?

Actually it took years for me to write the entire work of Crime and Drugs on Trip City Street. However I wrote some of it then wrote some of other books and then returned to this one and back and forth. All the while I kept forming the ideas for this work and adding to it, taking parts out, moving bits and pieces around, polishing up on it until it was acceptable with a publisher. I had the book edited and then it was ready for publication and immediately for the press.

How much of a story do you have in mind before you start writing it?

When I began to write this title I only had a bare necessity for the idea that the book eventually turned into writing. However those ideas by trial and error among other methods eventually became shaped and molded by me as the author until I had the entire idea constructed and from there merely had to add the words until it was a work in full. That process of writing and experimentation before the final decision on how I wanted the book to turn out took many months of a few years because I was distracted by the complicity of the topic and as a result of other work I need to do also. Sporting seven books trying to write or rewrite them all in a period of a few years made this task monumental.

How (or when) do you decide that you are finished writing a story?

I know my story is completed when all is said and all is done in the book that I as the writer would have no further requirement in putting down as the reader would have reached the end of a complete idea. Just like a sentence, a paragraph and a chapter are supposed to be. When it’s time to begin writing another idea then it’s time for me as a writer to go on and continue on the next best thing to be done.

Is there a message in your writing you want readers to grasp?

Yes there is a message to my writing but because I have been so many places and seen so much there and because I have written so much there is always the knowledge inside me as an author that no two points of view may be exactly identical. What one reader will interpret my written work another will invariably see something at least a little bit differently because there is that little difference between everybody. However my main message in the mystery novelette world so far has been that of crime and drugs, how the characters are involved and around that what both the characters and the story is constructed on. Crime and drugs can be looked upon as a place setting but what the characters actions within this realm is where the meat of the story is contained. In the case with Crime and Drugs on Trip City Street I was trying to impress not only on how bad the world of this kind of life is, not only how it can be and in fact always is and always will be but additionally what developments took place can be utilized to derive how things would really be if it were a true story.

What was the most difficult part about writing the book?

The most difficult part of the story as I wrote it was to keep the entire plot together as one central idea. It became so complicated and complex that I continually needed to weed out parts here and there to get it right like I thought it should be. I don’t think it was a lack of concentration on my part but instead the multitudinous amount of ideas always going through my head that I had to keep going through the story and deleting parts out with typing new ideas to take their place until I had it exactly right as I wanted it so it would all fit together and read as a book should.

How does your environment/upbringing color your writing?

As far as my life’s environments have been concerned and to a lesser degree my later upbringing being my teenage years affected the tone of my fiction writing by the additional amount of crime and drugs that I never knew before that period of my life. At the age of 16 years old I was introduced to crime and drugs heavily. That meant also hatred, jealousy, envy, violence and all of the other vices associated with the life I led that I had minimum contact with before that. So when I finally got into writing, the genres I choose to write of were much adorned with these facets because it was what I knew about and not what I had to make up totally from the research of others because I choose not to write anything that way. I have lived this way principally ever since my mid-teenage years and that affected everything I write or have ever written as an author.

Have you written any other books?

I have written and published seven books in all. There are my autobiographical full-length version Where North Meets South and East Meets West and the condensed edition of that work An Experience Heaven Sent plus My Life’s History in Poetry. Then there are the two mystery novelettes Crime and Drugs on Trip City Street and Fantastic Florida Fun. Finally I have had published two titles concerning mountain men, pioneers and Indians.

Where can people learn more about your books?

All of my published books may be researched or purchased @ Crime and Drugs on Trip City Street plus Fantastic Florida Fun and my full-length autobiography Where North Meets South and East Meets West may additionally be researched or purchased @ or or

Crime and Drugs on Trip City Street is available in hardcover and Fantastic Florida Fun is available in paperback but both are available through most any e-book outlet. Where North Meets South and East Meets West is out in not only paperback but also as a Nook Book @ Barnes & Noble.

Is there anything else you’d like to tell us about yourself or your books?

My books are all action packed and full of adventure. I highly recommend them to adventuresome people that like to read quality work by an author with firsthand experience at the genres of work accomplished.