J. Alex Blane
J. Alex Blane is an author, novelist, and self-publisher. His debut Novel "Where We Left Off" was his first break in the literary world of fiction romance, but definitely not his last as he is currently working on his second. A Multi-Media developer by trade, his creativity is fascinating. And from a number of his reviews, so is his ability to draw you into his writing, his suspense ...his story.
A native of a small city in Pennsylvania, Alex is a graduate of Wilmington University where he received both his graduate and undergraduate degree. Before becoming a full-time writer, he worked as a Career Counselor within the University and a media developer for design firm he and a friend founded in 2004. He's always had a passion of writing, telling himself one day he was going to write a book. After nearly eight years of deciding to put his pen to a piece of paper he finally finished, Where We Left Off, a story that has evolved with his many life experiences into something to this day he will say he never expected.
Alex currently resides in Bear, Delaware with his wife and his two small children where they share a small home just right for him to sneak off into a little corner and write more of what he loves and where he is currently at work on his next novel. He is a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Nu Upsilon Chapter in Wilmington, Delaware, a father and a husband. Alex loves to tell a good story, but more than that he loves to make you feel as if you are right there as it's happening; a part of the feelings, the emotions, the joys and the sadness's. Pull up a chair, or find that special place where you can escape the world around you and get to know a few new people. That's how he makes you feel, as if you are just as important reading the story as the characters living it.
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Where We Left Off
by J. Alex Blane
Published: March 25, 2013
A Successful and young real estate developer's life is unraveled by a dark secret in his past when he finds himself breaking his one and only rule. "Never again let anyone close enough to hurt you."
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