Frank Say has spent most of his life in South Western Pennsylvania. Some years ago Frank had a strange but exciting idea for a story and would tell his future wife about his idea on occasion. After hearing the story several times, she finally said, "Well, why don't you do something about it?" With no formal training in journalism or writing and no one else interested in the idea other than him, Frank began compiling an outline. The outline quickly grew into three hand written marble composition note books with scenes, characters and chapters. That was back in 2001.
The name of that story was Nine Lives and after completion of that process, Frank came to a wonderful conclusion: He absolutely loved writing!
Nine Lives was published in 2008. Not slowing down, Frank began work on his second novel, The Thirteenth Sign which will be the start of a new series, The Lake Pontchartrain Mysteries. Over indulging in late-night horror movies as a child, Frank has a love of all things supernatural and paranormal and that is where you will find his writings.
Recently listed in the 2010 edition of "50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading" produced by The Author's Show, Frank is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, he currently lives in South Western Pennsylvania with his wife and cat.
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With spirits ghosts and power-mad psychotics, Nine Lives challenges the ideas of fate and immortality. The main character, Sam, finds he has been bestowed a type of immortality and begins his search to find a way to reverse this gift (or more aptly seen as a curse) because it comes with some unwanted side effects from the spirit world.
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