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Theodore Maddox

I am presently residing in Victoria, British Columbia. I have been a practicing psychologist for almost 23 years. I reside with my beautiful wife Raiza and our cat, named Queen. I'm new to writing novels but I have written a ton of newspapers during my time in college. Writing has always been a passion of mine, along with helping people, which is the reason why I became a psychologist.

My favorite hobby is skydiving and I have been jumping from planes for 11 years now. In addition, I enjoy travel the world, scuba diving, canoeing and hang gliding.

My first aim is to apply my extensive understanding of psychology and apply it to my novels so I can give my readers the best experience possible. I really hope you find that my books fun and informative

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Ron Hale Evans

Ron Hale-Evans is currently a writer, thinker, and game developer that dwells in these regions of the multiverse commonly referred to as the Pacific Northwest, with his wife and co-author, Marty, and their Pomeranians, Humphrey and Bridget. He's got a mentor’s degree in psychology from Yale, with a little philosophy. Thinking about thinking led him to make the Mentat Wiki (, that led to his very first book, Mind Performance Hacks (2006), which has been translated into Japanese, Japanese, Korean, and Dutch, and subsequently led to Mindhacker.

Ron can talk Esperanto, draw ambigrams, compile a kernel, ken that a kenning, and locate a letterbox. He possesses a copy of the Codex Seraphinianus, wants the familiarity of a Curta calculator, also believes deeply in the fundamentals of jury nullification and calliagnosia, also passionately wants to visit Mars.

You're able to find Ron’s projects and social networks in his home webpage ( To date, he's won four small game design competitions, both without and with Marty. He has also written a set of articles on game titles for The Games Journal which have received attention from players and academics.

Ron gets the upkeep on his personal Amazon bookstream as a technical author, also is the only copyfighter and free and accessible software advocate he knows that has worked on the Free Software Foundation, the Linux Foundation, and Microsoft. He would love hearing from you in

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David Fletcher Chase

David Fletcher Chase is an old soul in a 35-year-old's body.

“I’m convinced that this is my final incarnation”, he said. “I don’t even want to do anything to screw up that, you understand, and be forced to come back with a different name and face. ”

DFC, since he would like to be called, after came face to face with a phantom in the old Woolworth Mansion on Long Island.

“I was using a world-renowned medium/clairvoyant along with a film crew to some creepy and rainy night – something right out of Scooby Doo! We were carrying this séance through candlelight at Mr. Woolworth’s second ground research while the owners of the area were downstairs thinking we had been doing an architectural analysis rather than a ghost hunt. Nobody has been coming through, so I just shouted out, ‘C’mon, show your self, you sorry loaded bastard’. And he did. Mr. Woolworth revealed his face – but only to me. I stared him down there. I can feel his connection to the occult and black magic and the animal sacrifices he had presided over in that area. ”

If you’re a ghost having issues, DFC is the guy. He’s been fascinated with the mind and psychology as the fourth tier.

“Miss Krummin taught us#x2018;magical pencil’ hint. Essentially, you have a unique looking pen, keep it visible while you study, then conceal away the pencil until it ’s time to choose the test. Use the pencil when taking the test and you'll have total recall of what you studied”.

His grades in college don& ##x2019;t precisely prove the “magic pencil” trick works too well. But his college years in Dartmouth were consumed with emotional pursuits – why people do what they do and the path they ’ve traveled to develop into the person that they currently are. A victim of Post Traumatic Stress

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