In 1965, an object fell from space, somewhere near Kecksburg, PA. This was the same year that Alan was born. To date, no connection has been made between the two events but that hasn’t stopped the conspiracy theorists from speculating.

Alan Lewis is an ‘alleged’ native of Chattanooga, Tennessee who now resides in Nashville with his children. He has been writing technical guides and manuals for various employers for over twenty years but only in recent years has branched out in to writing fiction. In 2006, Alan took the reins of the NWMG’s Novelist Group where he works with new and aspiring writers.

Alan’s debut novel, a fantasy murder mystery, The Blood in Snowflake Garden was a finalist for the 2010 Claymore Award and has been optioned for a possible TV series. He has three other books in print, Keely-A Steampunk Story, The Lightning Bolts of Zeus and The Bishop of Port Victoria. He is the editor of four anthologies for Luna’s Children 1 & 2 and Capes & Clockwork 1 & 2. He also has short stories in a number of anthologies, including Black Pulp, Pulpology, and Midnight Movie Creature Feature Vol.2. And recently released The Celeste Affair, a steampunk adventure as an e-book short.

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  • Rebecca Sterling says:

    Alan, I’m proud of you. It takes perseverance to finish any project, especially a novel, and one that has been acclaimed at that. Good for you. And all the photos of you are very attractive – I remember when you used to hate to have your picture taken – now look at you. Some of us improve with age. I send best wishes for continued successes.

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