Jonathan Brazee is a retired Marine infantry colonel and now a full-time writer living in North Las Vegas, Nevada. His writing career started in 1978 with “Secession,” a science fiction story published in Labyrinth Magazine, but as a Marine, he published non-fiction in a variety of subjects.
While stationed in Iraq in 2006, he had to curtail his running (some locals like to take potshots at runners) so he used his free time to write his first novel, The Few. It had limited success until he put it up as an eBook in 2012, and sales took off. Now, he is a hybrid writer with emphasis on self-published works and has over 55 fiction titles in military science fiction, military fiction, paranormal, and historical fiction. His novelette, "Weaponized Math," was nominated for the 2017 Nebula Award.
Jonathan’s undergraduate degree was earned at the U. S. Naval Academy (Class of 1979), and he attended graduate school at U. S. International University and the University of California, San Diego, earning a masters and doctorate.
He is a lifetime member of the Disabled American Veterans, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the US. Naval Academy Alumni Association, and the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.
Jonathan has rather eclectic tastes. He’s won awards in photography, cooking, writing, and several sports, earning national championships in rugby and equestrian events. When he isn’t writing, he’s reading, writing, hitting the gym, cooking, and traveling.
Jonathan feels blessed that he’s a writer, and as long as people keep reading his works, he’ll keep writing. He attends quite a few conventions during the year,and is eager to chat with anyone interested in meeting him. You can join his mailing list http://eepurl.com/bnFSHH.