Adam Gaffen


Adam Gaffen, Author.
Has a nice ring to it, don’t you think?
I do too. But then again, it’s something I’ve been working towards for, well, years. So for me, it’s EXTREMELY satisfying to be able to say that with some actual chops behind it.
For today, I’m going to tell you about myself.
I’m on the wrong side of forty - or maybe the right side of forty, I’m not sure yet. I attended Deerfield Academy and a number of colleges - college, for me, was spoiled by the Academy, THE finest educators I have ever encountered.
Married. Quite a number of years, actually, and only once. Which makes me a rarity today, I guess.
Three children; fortunately for them, only one resembles me strongly; the other two have escaped that fate.
I work two mundane jobs, one for a restaurant, one for the Census - guess which one I enjoy more? Yup.
A dog, a cat, a hamster, some fish, two ducks and six chickens complete the household. Need some eggs?
I live in Maine - no, it’s NOT as cold as you think it is, at least not all the time, and we DON’T all have that ridiculous accent! Boston is my all-time favorite city, and I will be attending my first con next year - definitely Dragon*Con, and maybe Boskone (if I can arrange it).
Oh yeah. Writer. Professional, thank you very much.

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The Kildaran
Price: Free! Words: 234,710. Language: English. Published: November 29, 2012. Category: Fiction » Adventure » War & military
The Keldara are threatened with nuclear extinction, even as their Kildar plans his wedding to Katrina. Leaving plans in the hands of his staff, Mike and Kat take a tour of the US - but back in Georgia, a plot is afoot where an foe from the past will try to wreak his revenge on one of the Kildar's agents. In the end, who will win the day - and will the victory be worth the cost?

Adam Gaffen’s tag cloud

adventure    asatru    caravanserai    ghost    keldara    military    norse    nuclear weapons    paladin of shadows    romance    russia    travel    undercover    wedding   

Smashwords book reviews by Adam Gaffen

  • Ashley's Ass on Nov. 29, 2012

    Quick, but not too quick. Well-written. Descriptive. Ah, hell, she had fun with this and it shows! Yay!