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Author Bio Two-line bio: 137 characters Sean Ellis combines his love of science and the outdoors with real world military experiences in more than 30 thrilling adventure novels. Short bio: 50 words Sean Ellis is the author of more than thirty action-adventure novels. He is a military veteran, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Natural Resource Policy. He currently resides in Arizona, where he divides his time between writing, adventure sports, and trying to figure out how to save the world. Medium Bio: 92 words Sean Ellis has authored and co-authored more than two dozen action-adventure novels, including the Nick Kismet adventures, the Jack Sigler/Chess Team series with Jeremy Robinson, and the Jade Ihara adventures with David Wood. He served with the Army National Guard in Afghanistan, and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources Policy from Oregon State University. Sean is also a member of the International Thriller Writers organization. He currently resides in Arizona, where he divides his time between writing, adventure sports, and trying to figure out how to save the world. Long Bio: 430 words Sean Ellis was born and raised on the Oregon coast where he developed his love for adventure at an early age, both in the pages of fiction, with the Hardy Boys and Tom Swift, and in the real world, blazing trails through acres of blackberry brambles and building ill-fated scrap-wood rafts to float on the Siletz River. The desire to write adventure stories soon followed. Inspired by the professional authors who not wrote about, but lived the adventures in their books, Sean sought out adventures wherever he could find them—hiking in the Pacific Northwest, exploring caves in New Mexico, roaming the streets and subways of New York City, searching for Mayan ruins in Honduras, surfing, snowboarding, mountain biking, and participating in multi-sport adventure races. His first published novel, Magic Mirror (2005), draws heavily on many of these experiences. In 2003, Sean joined the Army National Guard and participated in the relief effort following Hurricane Katrina. In 2006, he was deployed with his infantry unit to Afghanistan, driving all over the country providing convoy security. During that deployment, he signed a contract for his second novel, The Shroud of Heaven, the first book of the Nick Kismet series, which was published as an ebook in 2008. During this period, Sean embarked on a different adventure. Always a passionate advocate for the environment and scientific literacy, Sean went back to school to finish his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Natural Resources Policy at Oregon State Universtity, graduating summa cum laude, while continuing to write and seek publication of already completed novels. In 2010, the first book in the Adventures of Dodge Dalton was published. More books in the Nick Kismet and Dodge Dalton series followed, along with Ascendant, the first book of the Mira Raiden series. In 2011, Sean began his partnership with Jeremy Robinson, first writing novellas featuring characters from the Jack Sigler series, and eventually writing several novels in that series, as well as the spin-off Cerberus Group novels and the original story, Flood Rising. During that period, Sean also wrote WarGod, a novella to Steven Savile’s Ogmios thriller series, and Hell Ship, part of David Wood’s Dane Maddock series. By 2014, Sean was able to transition to writing full time. To date, he has authored or co-authored more than thirty novels. One of his most recent releases, Camp Zero, set in the fictional post-apocalyptic future created by novelist Jerry Ahern in his series The Survivalist, explores another of his passions—wilderness survival. He currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona, where he continues writing and seeking out new adventures. Speaker Intro: 167 words Sean Ellis is the best new action-adventure novelist you haven’t read yet. He’s an adventure enthusiast who infuses his work with heart-pounding action. He’s a scientist—with a degree in Natural Resources Policy from Oregon State University—who brings his knowledge of the natural world and its wonders to startling life in the pages of his novels. With more than thirty books to his credit, Sean continues to blaze new trails with stories of high-adventure, wilderness survival and historical mystery, and like the characters in his novels, he can often be found exploring the backcountry, combing museums and ancient ruins for inspiration, or indulging in his love of adventure sports like rock climbing, mountain biking, surfing and snowboarding. His life experiences, as a veteran, a life-long learner, an adventure sports junkie, and citizen of the world, bring a sense of authenticity to his novels, even as they leave the familiar and venture into the realms of the fantastic. He’s here today to speak about his new novel…
Click here to follow Sean Ellis' adventures on Instagram Click here to like Sean Ellis Author on FaceBook Click here to see the archive of Steampunk Adventure 'The Perpetural Problem' by Sean Ellis on Tumblr
Author Bio Two-line bio: 137 characters Sean Ellis combines his love of science and the outdoors with real world military experiences in more than 30 thrilling adventure novels. Short bio: 50 words Sean Ellis is the author of more than thirty action-adventure novels. He is a military veteran, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Natural Resource Policy. He currently resides in Arizona, where he divides his time between writing, adventure sports, and trying to figure out how to save the world. Medium Bio: 92 words Sean Ellis has authored and co-authored more than two dozen action-adventure novels, including the Nick Kismet adventures, the Jack Sigler/Chess Team series with Jeremy Robinson, and the Jade Ihara adventures with David Wood. He served with the Army National Guard in Afghanistan, and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources Policy from Oregon State University. Sean is also a member of the International Thriller Writers organization. He currently resides in Arizona, where he divides his time between writing, adventure sports, and trying to figure out how to save the world. Long Bio: 430 words Sean Ellis was born and raised on the Oregon coast where he developed his love for adventure at an early age, both in the pages of fiction, with the Hardy Boys and Tom Swift, and in the real world, blazing trails through acres of blackberry brambles and building ill-fated scrap-wood rafts to float on the Siletz River. The desire to write adventure stories soon followed. Inspired by the professional authors who not wrote about, but lived the adventures in their books, Sean sought out adventures wherever he could find them—hiking in the Pacific Northwest, exploring caves in New Mexico, roaming the streets and subways of New York City, searching for Mayan ruins in Honduras, surfing, snowboarding, mountain biking, and participating in multi-sport adventure races. His first published novel, Magic Mirror (2005), draws heavily on many of these experiences. In 2003, Sean joined the Army National Guard and participated in the relief effort following Hurricane Katrina. In 2006, he was deployed with his infantry unit to Afghanistan, driving all over the country providing convoy security. During that deployment, he signed a contract for his second novel, The Shroud of Heaven, the first book of the Nick Kismet series, which was published as an ebook in 2008. During this period, Sean embarked on a different adventure. Always a passionate advocate for the environment and scientific literacy, Sean went back to school to finish his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Natural Resources Policy at Oregon State Universtity, graduating summa cum laude, while continuing to write and seek publication of already completed novels. In 2010, the first book in the Adventures of Dodge Dalton was published. More books in the Nick Kismet and Dodge Dalton series followed, along with Ascendant, the first book of the Mira Raiden series. In 2011, Sean began his partnership with Jeremy Robinson, first writing novellas featuring characters from the Jack Sigler series, and eventually writing several novels in that series, as well as the spin-off Cerberus Group novels and the original story, Flood Rising. During that period, Sean also wrote WarGod, a novella to Steven Savile’s Ogmios thriller series, and Hell Ship, part of David Wood’s Dane Maddock series. By 2014, Sean was able to transition to writing full time. To date, he has authored or co-authored more than thirty novels. One of his most recent releases, Camp Zero, set in the fictional post-apocalyptic future created by novelist Jerry Ahern in his series The Survivalist, explores another of his passions—wilderness survival. He currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona, where he continues writing and seeking out new adventures. Speaker Intro: 167 words Sean Ellis is the best new action-adventure novelist you haven’t read yet. He’s an adventure enthusiast who infuses his work with heart-pounding action. He’s a scientist—with a degree in Natural Resources Policy from Oregon State University—who brings his knowledge of the natural world and its wonders to startling life in the pages of his novels. With more than thirty books to his credit, Sean continues to blaze new trails with stories of high-adventure, wilderness survival and historical mystery, and like the characters in his novels, he can often be found exploring the backcountry, combing museums and ancient ruins for inspiration, or indulging in his love of adventure sports like rock climbing, mountain biking, surfing and snowboarding. His life experiences, as a veteran, a life-long learner, an adventure sports junkie, and citizen of the world, bring a sense of authenticity to his novels, even as they leave the familiar and venture into the realms of the fantastic. He’s here today to speak about his new novel…
Sean Ellis' Logo–Backpacker in the mountains, Adventure Awaits
Click here to follow Sean Ellis' adventures on Instagram Click here to like Sean Ellis Author on FaceBook Click here to see the archive of Steampunk Adventure 'The Perpetural Problem' by Sean Ellis on Tumblr
Author Bio Two-line bio: 137 characters Sean Ellis combines his love of science and the outdoors with real world military experiences in more than 30 thrilling adventure novels. Short bio: 50 words Sean Ellis is the author of more than thirty action-adventure novels. He is a military veteran, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Natural Resource Policy. He currently resides in Arizona, where he divides his time between writing, adventure sports, and trying to figure out how to save the world. Medium Bio: 92 words Sean Ellis has authored and co-authored more than two dozen action-adventure novels, including the Nick Kismet adventures, the Jack Sigler/Chess Team series with Jeremy Robinson, and the Jade Ihara adventures with David Wood. He served with the Army National Guard in Afghanistan, and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources Policy from Oregon State University. Sean is also a member of the International Thriller Writers organization. He currently resides in Arizona, where he divides his time between writing, adventure sports, and trying to figure out how to save the world. Long Bio: 430 words Sean Ellis was born and raised on the Oregon coast where he developed his love for adventure at an early age, both in the pages of fiction, with the Hardy Boys and Tom Swift, and in the real world, blazing trails through acres of blackberry brambles and building ill-fated scrap-wood rafts to float on the Siletz River. The desire to write adventure stories soon followed. Inspired by the professional authors who not wrote about, but lived the adventures in their books, Sean sought out adventures wherever he could find them—hiking in the Pacific Northwest, exploring caves in New Mexico, roaming the streets and subways of New York City, searching for Mayan ruins in Honduras, surfing, snowboarding, mountain biking, and participating in multi-sport adventure races. His first published novel, Magic Mirror (2005), draws heavily on many of these experiences. In 2003, Sean joined the Army National Guard and participated in the relief effort following Hurricane Katrina. In 2006, he was deployed with his infantry unit to Afghanistan, driving all over the country providing convoy security. During that deployment, he signed a contract for his second novel, The Shroud of Heaven, the first book of the Nick Kismet series, which was published as an ebook in 2008. During this period, Sean embarked on a different adventure. Always a passionate advocate for the environment and scientific literacy, Sean went back to school to finish his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Natural Resources Policy at Oregon State Universtity, graduating summa cum laude, while continuing to write and seek publication of already completed novels. In 2010, the first book in the Adventures of Dodge Dalton was published. More books in the Nick Kismet and Dodge Dalton series followed, along with Ascendant, the first book of the Mira Raiden series. In 2011, Sean began his partnership with Jeremy Robinson, first writing novellas featuring characters from the Jack Sigler series, and eventually writing several novels in that series, as well as the spin-off Cerberus Group novels and the original story, Flood Rising. During that period, Sean also wrote WarGod, a novella to Steven Savile’s Ogmios thriller series, and Hell Ship, part of David Wood’s Dane Maddock series. By 2014, Sean was able to transition to writing full time. To date, he has authored or co-authored more than thirty novels. One of his most recent releases, Camp Zero, set in the fictional post-apocalyptic future created by novelist Jerry Ahern in his series The Survivalist, explores another of his passions—wilderness survival. He currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona, where he continues writing and seeking out new adventures. Speaker Intro: 167 words Sean Ellis is the best new action-adventure novelist you haven’t read yet. He’s an adventure enthusiast who infuses his work with heart-pounding action. He’s a scientist—with a degree in Natural Resources Policy from Oregon State University—who brings his knowledge of the natural world and its wonders to startling life in the pages of his novels. With more than thirty books to his credit, Sean continues to blaze new trails with stories of high-adventure, wilderness survival and historical mystery, and like the characters in his novels, he can often be found exploring the backcountry, combing museums and ancient ruins for inspiration, or indulging in his love of adventure sports like rock climbing, mountain biking, surfing and snowboarding. His life experiences, as a veteran, a life-long learner, an adventure sports junkie, and citizen of the world, bring a sense of authenticity to his novels, even as they leave the familiar and venture into the realms of the fantastic. He’s here today to speak about his new novel…
Sean Ellis' Logo–Backpacker in the mountains, Adventure Awaits
Click here to follow Sean Ellis' adventures on Instagram Click here to see the archive of Steampunk Adventure 'The Perpetural Problem' by Sean Ellis on Tumblr