Dean A. Anderson grew up in a small town in Northern California watching too much television but going outside on occasion to climb trees, play in the world's smallest football league and put pennies on the railroad track.
He went to college in San Diego and seminary in Deerfield, Illinois.
He married a wonderful woman named Mindy and they have three children who have somehow grown up to be, you know, grown ups.
He's worked as youth pastor a lot of years that allowed him to play much foosball, eat too much pizza and talk with some really cool kids about really important things.
He now works as a hotel night auditor where he sometimes meets very interesting people at 3 AM.
He hopes the things he's written give even a small fraction of the joy that he's received reading people like C.S. Lewis, Joseph Bailey and John D. Fitzgerald (along with many others.)
It's October 6, 2010. Why does it matter what twelve year old Max has for breakfast? And how could riding his bike to school change the course of history? Even time travel might not help Max and his best friend Ethan against bullies at school and bad guys from the future.