Ethan Spier was born in the middle of England in 1980. He grew up listening to music by The Beatles and reading books by Roald Dahl. While always having an interest in writing stories, it wasn't until he was twelve and started reading books by Stephen King that he began writing short horror and science fiction stories.
Ethan continued to intermittently write short stories through his teenage years, but then his other passion, music, took over. After playing guitar in a number of bands during his early twenties, Ethan decided to try his hand at writing once again.
At the age of 28, he began a science fiction novel about a mysterious object which falls from space and then inexplicably prevents Earth from being able to support life. After 20,000 words, Ethan decided it was pretty much rubbish and abandoned it.
When he was 30, inspiration struck Ethan again, but this time he was determined to make his new idea work. The resulting novel was Kinesis which was published on Amazon Kindle in January, 2012. Kinesis has been downloaded thousands of times and has been extremely well received.
Ethan released his second novel, Kaleidoscope, on 21st December 2012 and is currently working on a follow up to Kinesis.