I am a 40ish Doctor of Mathematics. (See how I did that? Because I’m not really 40 yet, I don’t have to update my profile for years!)
I grew up in central New York on a picturesque lake in the middle of wine country. Sadly, I am not one for boats or wine, but that doesn’t make the area any less beautiful in the summer and fall.
I have always wanted to write, quite literally since the age I learned to write. I remember being six years old and writing an episodic story about a turtle named Herman. I had a strange fascination with turtles when I was a young child. Why is it I never got one as an adult?
I misspent my young adulthood learning and teaching Tae Kwon Do and French Fencing. I love learning, which is one reason I love writing. No matter how good you get, there’s always more to learn. It would be nice to learn about this stuff for the rest of my life.
I eventually gave up the martial arts to study mathematics at the University at Albany, SUNY. While working on my PhD, I learned to swing dance, and taught calculus. After graduating, my friends have insisted on calling me “Doctor”. I suppose I can’t blame them, after all, it is my fault.
As for my writing, I am not so delusional as to think that what I write will be inspirational, but I do hope it’s fun. My only goal is to make the characters come as alive to the reader as they are to me.
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by Trick Brown
Approx. 97,090 words.
Published on February 27, 2012.
Chip found himself worlds from Earth, attacked by a dragon, prisoner of the Angels, suspected of murder, and suddenly able to "speak" with plants. Chip decides to run away, following the omens of Faith, the most dangerous, complicated, maybe-not-fallen Angel in the city of Heaven. Long before Faith is able to forge Chip into a warrior, the fate of the Angels ends up in his shaky hands.
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Smashwords book reviews by Trick Brown
- Demon Chronicles: Apple Moonshine
on March 23, 2013
I enjoyed the main story, but this book also includes four pieces of flash fiction which reminded me of free verse poetry that also told a little story. I think I enjoyed them even more. These will be well worth the time.