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About Nathan Pedde
Nathan Pedde was born in central British Columbia, Canada. He went to Capilano University after high school and entered the film industry where he worked for two years as a lamp operator. He has worked in many different industries and jobs from working at a gas station to engraving picture frames, to working as a Flood Technician drying flooded homes. He is currently living on Vancouver Island with his wife and two kids.
He began writing in the seventh grade, he wrote an illustrated fairy-tale. He dabbled in it during High School and started writing in college. Life got in the way and little progress was made, however, the writing still happened. Fifteen years after high school, serious writing has begun.
Nathan writes in both Science-Fiction and Fantasy and has many novels written, and many novels planned. Expect more books in both of those genres in the near future.
You can find him at his website at nathanpedde.com where he keeps a weekly blog. He also has a newsletter that he posts when he releases new books.
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