Bio

Welcome to the anytomorrow blog!

My name is Kevin Fraleigh, I’m a novelist, and recently self-published my first series of eBooks, the Any Tomorrow Trilogy.  The trilogy consists of the following titles:

Any Tomorrow: The Calling

Any Tomorrow: The Curse

Any Tomorrow: The Culling

That’s what the blog is about.  In my day job I work as a Technical Writer, but I’m actually a geographer, specializing in imagery analysis.  A lesson I’ve learned in the corporate world is that you have to remain flexible and do what keeps you employed.  I have a B.A. in Geography and an MS in Technical Management.

It seems like I’ve always been writing, but I didn’t start to take it seriously until I developed an interest in religion.  But after three years of college I had more questions than answers, so I quit and spent the next twenty years in the U.S. Air Force.  Over the years I’ve maintained an inquisitive interest in religion, physics, psychology, and history.  All these interest areas come together in geography, and geography is well represented in my writing.

I am currently working on my fourth novel and a collection of short stories.   You can read full stories for free at wattpad.com.

2 Responses to Bio

  1. Helen says:

    Hi Kevin. This is all very intriquing and a side of you I did not know about. How “uninspiring” it must be to be a Tech Writer by day just to get that paycheck. How does one get a copy of Any Tomorrow: The Calling?

  2. Helen says:

    Disregard my question regarding where to get a copy. I didn’t read far enough. Maybe I should have asked “where do I get a signed copy”. Ha! Ha!

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