Andy Bunch

Biography

In the footsteps of Hemingway, Conan Doyle and London, Andy Bunch is an adventure writer. He has traveled extensively along the West Coast, built a church in Mexico, sung for his supper in Canada, and taught Archery in Alaska. He’s trained in CPR/First Aid, Shao Lin Kung Fu, Kajakenbo, and Vin Tsun martial arts. He’s sky dived, rafted class 4 rapids, drank moonshine with felons, dined with royalty, spent a week in the woods with only a knife, flint, black-plastic and some TP, and studied British history in Great Britain.

Andy has College coursework in technical, essay, short story, & novel writing leading to a Penguin Award for student leadership, and later a degree in business management. He has worked as a technical writer and a document control specialist, been a contributing editor on the “Salmon Creek Journal,” and the fiction editor of “The Phoenix” Magazine. Both his fiction and nonfiction appear all over the web.

Where to find Andy Bunch online

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Books

Suffering Rancor
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 120,850. Language: English. Published: July 5, 2011. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
The Princess of a great nation and a kid from the swamp are all that stand in the way of an ancient bogeyman's rule of the known realms. Their challenges are many, their allies are few, and they don't even know the real power that lies within themselves. Chances are slim Grey and Ambria will live to face Rancor and no one can predict the outcome if they do.

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Smashwords book reviews by Andy Bunch

  • Riding Lessons on Feb. 03, 2012

    I don't read a lot of romance but I read this one, and found it very entertaining. The characters are real, the good guys are steamy the bad guys are despicable, and the actions always close at hand. If you love romance and horses you should read this book.
  • Secret of the Songshell on Sep. 26, 2012
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    I strongly recommend this book. The world building is solid and unique, and the plot is original despite frequent swerves toward genre tropes. The characters are sometimes hard to like initially, but they really grow on you. While the story works fine for adults, I really think its market should be young adults. Give this book a try, I think you'll be highly entertained.