Hi, I’m R.G. Chandler. I live in a small community near San Jose, California. My passions consist of learning as much as I can wrap my brain around, reading whatever I can get my hands on, cooking whatever my family or guest will eat, and any activity that burns calories. But, by far, my very favorite activity is hanging with my grandson, Elyas. He is the bomb!
In 2009, I was one of the first students to earn a B.A. in English with an emphasis in Creative Writing from California State University, San Jose. Not bad for a girl who earned her G.E.D. while doing a stint in county jail. Currently, I am employed by a nonprofit organization that researches and writes publications that focus on issues in the California public education sector. I also volunteer and participate in several programs dedicated to drug recovery, feeding the hungry, and providing shelter for women and children that have suffered domestic violence.
Currently, when I’m not amazing the world with my awesome marketing skills (grinning), I am working on my second novel… I’ll be sure to let you know when its all put together and ready for you to read.
If you’d like to shoot me an email, I’d love to hear from you: authorRGChandler@gmail.com
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Things to Do in Denver When You're Un-Dead
on Sep. 07, 2011
It requires an adept storyteller to transform ghouls and zombies into believable characters worth a reader’s time. THINGS TO DO IN DENVER WHEN YOUR UNDEAD is outrageous to the extreme, but oddly a very believable story. I’m pretty sure there is an ultra-sexy undercover agent working for the BSI as I speak, putting his life on the line to keep damsels like me safe from all the creatures that go bump in the night. This puts Stone at the top of my “A List” for adept storytellers.
THINGS TO DO IN DENVER starts with a hangover—which seems to be how Kal Hakala, our butt-kicking protagonist, starts every day—and ends with a bang. Nothing about this plot is cliché. Stone takes his readers into a world more imaginative than Disney Land (and far more dangerous), but at a much cheaper price. Every boogey-man he tosses into this story is detailed with non-typical abilities and limitations. Even the vampires show up in unique form. What?! A vampire that doesn’t burn when splashed with holy water? Frightening! I totally dug these night-time creatures.
I’ll tell you this much: I can’t wait for the next Mark Stone read!
Author of Surviving Xcarion