Chris Stevenson has been a native Californian for most of his life, until recently moving to Sylvania, Alabama. His career has spanned such occupations as automotive mechanic and service manager, government security officer, and newspaper reporter and editor. At the age of 26 he discovered Twilight Zone Magazine and got the urge to write short stories. Shortly after, he entered the L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future contest and placed amongst the finalists. Since those early days, he has published two non-fiction books, sold five novels, numerous short stories to the major slick magazines, and hundreds of newspaper articles. The only thing he hasn’t published is a screenplay, which he doesn’t plan on drafting anytime soon. His fondest wish is to continue with his writing career and produce the ultimate breakout novel.