E. Van Lowe
E Van Lowe was born in the Bronx a long time ago, back in the days when children were supposed to be seen and not heard. Fortunately for E, his parents allowed him to speak freely.
Unfortunately for his parents and older brother, E had a lot to say. He was speaking quite freely until one day, while his mother was trying to watch her “stories” (which is code for soap operas), she suggested that instead of speaking freely, he write all his important thoughts down. E wrote down many important thoughts, such as: crayons melt when you leave them on the radiator, or toy soldiers melt when you drop them in the muffin batter before mom puts it in the oven.
His brother thought he was weird, but E was only ten years old at the time. What did he expect, Shakespeare? E liked writing things down so much, he decided that when he grew up, he was going to become a professional writer.
As a teenager, E tried very hard to be popular. One of the things he tried was hanging out with the “bad” kids. He encouraged them to write their thoughts down, as well. They explained that if they wrote down their thoughts it could be used as evidence in a court of law, and encouraged E to move on. But E kept writing down his important thoughts.
E wrote many short stories and poems all through high school and college. He entered them in writing contests, but the contest people didn’t think they were important enough. E was not discouraged. He kept writing.
When E graduated from Lehman College in the Bronx, he moved to Los Angeles. There he enrolled in the Masters In Professional Writing Program at the University of Southern California. It worked! While a student at USC, E sold his first short story to a romance magazine. His brother thought that was the weirdest thing ever. E didn’t care. He had become a professional writer. E told his brother quite eloquently, “nah, nah, nah!” and continued writing.
E has gone on to write for many award winning TV shows including: "The Cosby Show," and "Even Stevens." He also co-wrote the Academy Award nominated short film, "Cadillac Dreams." "Never Slow Dance With A Zombie" was his first teen novel. "Boyfriend From Hell" is the first in the Falling Angels Saga. The second novel in the saga, "Earth Angel," is now out. It seems E still has lots of important, and weird, thoughts to share with readers.
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The popular "Falling Angels Saga" continues with the fourth and final book, "Falling," in which Megan Barnett of Glendale, Arizona, must confront Satan and his demons head-on, trying to save herself, her family, and the angel she loves.
Readers who devoured "Boyfriend From Hell" and "Earth Angel" will be captivated by the third book in the Falling Angels Saga. Megan has precious little time to unravel the cryptic message hidden in the riddle she received at the end of "Earth Angel." If she doesn't, the life of someone most dear to her will be lost forever, and Megan may yet find herself living in Hell.
"Earth Angel" is the second book out of four in "The Falling Angels Saga," which follows 15-year-old Megan Barnett of Glendale, Arizona, as she fights Satan and his allies while she falls in love with an angel, Guy Matson.
Boyfriend From Hell
"Boyfriend From Hell" is the first book in the Falling Angels Saga from the author of the gruesomely hilarious, "Never Slow Dance With A Zombie." The story centers on 15-year-old Megan from Glendale, Arizona, and her single mother, Suze. Both are starting to date--and one of the men is Satan with his sights set on a new bride. Megan has precious little time to figure out how to stop him.
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