Greg Strandberg was born and raised in Helena, Montana. He graduated from the University of Montana in 2008 with a BA in History.
When the American economy began to collapse Greg quickly moved to China, where he became a slave for the English language industry. After five years of that nonsense he returned to Montana in June, 2013.
When not writing his blogs, novels, or web content for others, Greg enjoys reading, hiking, biking, and spending time with his wife and young son.
What's the story behind your latest book?
That would have to be China, if it's English Last you're referring to. Yes, I will admit it: I was a whore for the English language industry. I feel dirty, and the book was a cheaper alternative than therapy.
Do public bathrooms scare you?
Sometimes they do, yes, Mark. I'd say late at night in unlit areas, yes, public bathrooms can be a little scary.
Sanders McGee is a man on the edge. When a lightning storm hits San Diego and his kids are threatened he pulls himself together. As Sanders tragically finds out, however, lightning doesn’t have feelings…or does it?
In the West, a fragile peace has held the bickering provinces of Adjuria together for the past twenty years. In the East, the Empire of Jonguria has been bound together for generations by force.
But now both countries are losing their grip. Will an Adjurian Royal Council offer up a solution, or will politics prevail? Can two ancient enemies bind their wounds, or is war on the horizon?
Flags of the United States
on April 04, 2013
What a great little book! I was scanning through the free library and noticed the eye-catching cover. I started looking for my own state of Montana and got caught up in reading about some of the other states.
I like that some states have more than one flag so you can see earlier designs. You'll certainly have a greater appreciation of flags after this. I was a little disappointed to learn that Montana has been voted the 3rd worst flag in the country, although that's through no fault of the author.
on April 04, 2013
This little book has lots of good information if you’re looking for a quick academic writing source.
I got a good chuckle out of seeing the Epic of Gilgamesh mentioned, probably the original biblical flood event that affected Sumer.
Sure brought me back to HIST 107, or was it HIST 151? Boy, I think I need an epic flood to wash the cobwebs from my memory!
Growth and Decline of Economies of Europe and US
on April 04, 2013
I love the concept for this book. Those money-grubbing back-stabbing Europeans sure had their way with America before it became a country.
And when America became a country, boy, we sure became just like them. This book will highlight some of the interesting aspects of that rise and change, and it's presented in a pretty good format too.
Blurb-O-Matic How To Write To Sell
on May 01, 2013
This book gave me some very good ideas for writing my own ebook blurbs. If you're a new or even established author, you'll find something in this books that helps. It's a short read for a short subject, but well worth the price.
The Book of Deacon
on June 16, 2013
I've been seeing this book on the Amazon free charts for some time so I finally decided to download it. Well, it took me a bit of time to get around to reading it, and I regretted it because I should have read it sooner.
This is a very good epic fantasy book with characters you actually care about. The story is fast-paced and flows well. I'm looking forward to reading the next volume in the series.