Paul S. Cilwa was born in New Jersey but at seven years of age informed his parents he was moving to Vermont and they could accompany him if they wished. It was in a small, three-room schoolhouse in the Green Mountain State that Paul began to write—first numbers and letters, then stories. He's lived in Florida, Virginia, Nebraska and New Hampshire, before settling in Arizona. That's where he lives today with his partner near a preserve of hiking trails called Dreamy Draw.
Paul has written four technical books in computer programming including the bestseller Windows Programming Power with Custom Controls, and many articles on the subject as contributing editor to Windows Tech Journal. His published fiction includes several humorous shorts and two novels in addition to In The Abode Of Angels.