That's me, Steven Booth.
About fifteen years ago, I tried to convince a friend, Harry Shannon, that I'm not a creative person. His response was surprising to me at the time, but I now know it should have been utterly predictable.
"Bullshit," he said. "Go write a novel."
So I did. It was pretty bad (and remains safely tucked away in a drawer somewhere), but I could no longer make a claim that I wasn't a creative person.
Then I wrote another novel, and a few more, and some short stories, and some other stuff. One or two of those novels may see the light of day before the end of the decade.
I'm honored to say that Harry and I wound up writing eight novels together, seven of them about a small town sheriff who single-handedly held back the zombie apocalypse, and managed to do so with aplomb, finesse, and quite a bit of saucy language. Writing with Harry is like having a celebrity in the family. To me, he's just Harry, but to everyone else, it's more like, "OMG, you write books with Harry SHANNON??" Seriously. That comes up a lot.
I've also painted a bunch of paintings (over 150 since winter 2016), edited a bunch of manuscripts, designed a bunch of book covers, laid out a bunch of book interiors, and written a bunch of software that does things like create ebooks and keep track of my royalties from publishing. I've also published a bunch of titles, both fiction and nonfiction, mostly true crime, and I've been interviewed on more than a couple podcasts. And I'm just getting started.
If you're seeking personal information beyond what is here (I'm not saying you're looking for the answers to the security questions to my bank accounts, but no sense in being foolish, right?), I recommend you take me out for coffee (not much of a beer person--there, that one was for free) and ask in person. Who knows what you'll learn?
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