Steven E. Sund was a Mathematics teacher for five years after which he received his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Chemical Engineering. He spent the next thirty years as a research engineer at a multinational corporation working on projects in chemicals, material science and aerospace. He is listed as an inventor on five US patents, and on numerous published papers. Steve is now retired, and resides in North Carolina with his wife Janice. They have two daughters who reside in Maryland and North Carolina along with four grandchildren.
What's the story behind your latest book?
I have had the story running around in my head for almost 30 years. It came to me when I first started working at a research laboratory for a major corporation. When I retired I finally had time to put it to paper.
The novel is a techno-thriller with all the required parts; a young and beautiful friend (Liz), a PhD ex-boss that has just the right information (encryption) need for the quest and various other characters that help along the way. In addition, there is a love story and an explanation of why we (the human race) is here on Earth
How long did it take to write your book?
Almost 30 years. I have had this story in my head since I started working at a research laboratory at a major corporation and after I retired I finally put it to paper
The Quantum Bridge is a novel set in the near future. The time period could be any time in the twenty first century.
A corporate engineer is empowered to save the world from a catastrophic event by messages from another dimension.
The adventure takes him on a journey on two continents and in a Quantum way.