An author with a keen heart for story, Geno Allen has been a writer and performer of skits, poems, songs, and radio plays for much of his life. Now, as he and his wife are preparing to start a family, he turns his hand to novel writing.
This up and coming author crafts worlds that engage the reader and draw them into adventure—and into a landscape peopled with characters who work their way into your heart and stay with you long after the story has ended.
Geno spent his formative years first in the rural outskirts of a small town in Oregon and then in a suburban desert of Southern California. The woods, hills, rivers, rocks, and pavement he explored served as fertile soil to his ever-growing imagination.
When he wasn’t slaying fictitious dragons, crafting worlds all his own, or hamming it up with any number of character voices, he was busy playing bass guitar for his local church, and forging (from sticks) all manner of medieval weaponry—and a pair of nunchucks. Today he’s looking forward to his greatest adventure yet… novel-writing-husband-and-father.
For more about Geno Allen visit www.genowrites.blogspot.com.
Where to find Geno Allen online
The Other Thief: an Easter Sunday Monologue
by Geno Allen
A dynamic and emotional monologue, viewing the day of Jesus' crucifixion through the eyes of the thief hung beside Him. Average performance time runs15 - 18 minute (depending on the actor). No royalties are charged for performances.
How to be a Hero
by Geno Allen
Eleven year old Jacob longs to be strong. He longs to be a hero, and living in service to one of Cairemia's mightiest knights you would think he'd have the chance. But alas, he is only a servant. That is, until danger strikes and he is the only one who can heed the call. His life endangered, his courage tested—he'll find out if he knows... How to Be a Hero.
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