Steve & Aaron Reed's Bio:
Steve Reed was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1945. A graduate of Eastern Michigan University, an Army Captain in the early seventies, graduate student at Wayne State and Michigan State, he is currently aspiring for his Ph.D. at Trinity College. A member of the Dr. Bill Martin Literary Group, Steve has taught middle school, high school and college courses since 1975. He is currently a middle school English teacher in Kyrene, AZ
Reed began writing seriously after winning a BBC short story contest in 1996. His first novel, Fraziers Tree, is currently in negotiations with Baker Trittin for re- printing. The Myth of Summer Moon is a collaboration with his son, Aaron. The two are currently at work on three other projects. In addition to Aaron and Annette who live in Half Moon Bay, California, a daughter Heather and family reside in Chandler, Arizona where Steve also resides with wife Viki and cat Vanya Lou.
Aaron Reed obtained his BS in Written Communication from Eastern Michigan University and a teaching credential from Ottawa University.
Aside from teaching English in Japan for one year, his professional concentration has been on designing and implementing private education programs servicing the needs of students with alternative learning styles.
In 1993 he completed his first novel, The Fragile Enormity, which detailed his years working with the mentally ill. "A narrative tour-de-force," was the evaluation by Sally Brady from the Brady Literary Management, but the unorthodox subject matter is yet unsolicited for publication.
Aaron and his wife, Annette, are involved in their local church's global ministry efforts. (They attend First Baptist Church in San Francisco.) They have spent the last two summers in Southern India helping local teams there with faith based community development projects. They have also traveled and participated in outreach programs in Ecuador, Thailand, and Ghana.
From 1998 to 2003 this father-son team has enjoyed collaborative writing and The Myth of the Summer Moon was selected for publication by Baker Trittin Press in 2005. This unique writing team is currently working on other manuscripts which are under review.
Visit Steve & Aaron's website at www.reedwriters.com