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A former publisher and Luddite of old-world printing, Simon has been banging out ideas since the days of correction tape and typewriters (hey, it wasn’t that long ago). He lives in the Canadian Rockies with his wife and two dogs, and spends most of his time daydreaming, chopping wood, hiking in the alpine and hammering on the keyboard, usually with a little too much fervor.

Simon is currently working on Book Two of the Key of Life trilogy and a new urban fantasy series entitled, Gaia’s Assassin.

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Simon Lindley Start. When I can't think of what to do next, I type. Often what I type is drivel, not worth ever reading again, but it gets my imagination flowing. I…moreStart. When I can't think of what to do next, I type. Often what I type is drivel, not worth ever reading again, but it gets my imagination flowing. It often creates the catalyst for the characters to speak. (less)
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If all the stars align and you're standing at the exact spot where everything falls into place on the one night of the year when unicorns mate, you might just sell enough books to earn as much as you made working part-time in fast food during college. Put all of that aside. Write because it means something to you. Write because you have something to say.
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