Nathan Knaack

Biography

Nathan Knaack grew up in Michigan, where he attended Oakland University and earned a degree in English Literature before relocating to pursue a career making video games. Since 2005, he's contributed to several projects, including "Global Agenda," "Dust 514," "EVE Online," and "Edge of Space." After years of writing short fiction and creating content for games, he decided to delve into writing books, releasing his first novel, "Revenge Insurance," in 2014. He lives in Atlanta with his wife, Jennifer, and his son, Indiana.

Smashwords Interview

Who are your favorite authors?
I have a great appreciation for science fiction authors, classical and modern, including Herbert, Asimov, Dick, Heinlein, Bradbury, Haldeman, Clarke, and Adams.
What is your writing process?
Everyone who asks me how I function as a writer gets this answer: Write 1,000 words a day. No more, no less. Here's why: When you sit down to write every day - and you must write every day - you always want something interesting to happen. No writer wants to spend a whole day writing something boring or tedious, just as no reader wants to trudge through that part of your book. When you develop the discipline to write 1,000 words every day, it gets your butt in the chair and it forces you to fill that quota with something interesting, important, and memorable. This keeps the pace of your book rolling along, advancing the plot and keeping your reader turning the pages.
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Books

Revenge Insurance
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 132,620. Language: English. Published: February 21, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
August Carlisle has been a revenge insurance agent for years, but that changes after his most recent assignments put him on the wrong side of the company’s agenda. Wanted for crimes he only technically committed, he struggles to figure out how to get his life back. When the ground drops out from under him, he becomes entwined in a conspiracy that stretches across the solar system and beyond.

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