Jeff Quyle has lived most of his life in the Midwest, with brief spans of time spent living in Arizona and Canterbury, England. He is an avid reader of fantasy and science fiction, US and British history, and the Aubry/Maturin Napoleonic naval war adventure novels written by Patrick O’Brian. The first books he remembers are the “Lucky Starr” science fiction stories of Paul French (a pseudonym of Isaac Asimov), and he spent his youth reading Asimov, Tolkien, Heinlein, and others.
He attended Wittenberg University, The University of Kent at Canterbury, and Indiana University.
Jeff has worked in the government and economic development sectors for the past thirty years, and has served several terms as an elected official in local government. He has coached youth sports teams for over a decade as his family has grown, and has been married to his college sweetheart, Judy, for over 35 years.
He resides in Indiana with his family, and two dogs.