Samuel A. Mayo
Sam began creating stories at a young age. In high school, he wrote a few short pieces (they were terrible). In college, he wrote several more short pieces (also terrible). In 2008, he finished a draft of the fantasy-adventure novel, The Thief and Red Mandolin (not as terrible). He self-published it in 2009. He has written a few more books and several short stories, some of which have been published in anthologies.
Sam splits his time between writing, working in a cubicle, and Tae Kwon Do. He also occasionally contributes articles to
When time allows, he enjoys playing video and tab-letop games and hanging out with his awesome wife and daughter. They live in the American Midwest with their overweight cat and overly-sensitive dog.
Life is good.