Back in the Saddle

Hello Everyone,

I’m back! I know it’s been a while, but sometimes life just kicks you in the butt. Over the past six months, a lot of things have happened on the personal front which really threw me for a loop, but it’s all getting better now!

Good news for you guys, I’ve hired an editor! She’s awesome as a person and is an amazing editor.  I can’t say enough good things about her, but I’m being a little selfish right now because I know just how good she is, so I’m not going to give out too many details.

I am very excited about what she’s doing with my Average Joe Series – Volume One – John Hunter – The Veteran. We’re making great progress on the edits for Volume One and should be done by the end of May.  She’s just as excited about the entire series as I am, and is on board for doing Volume Two – John Hunter – The Operator, and Volume Three – John Hunter – The Russians.  We have a lot of work cut out for us, but can’t say it enough just how much we appreciate all the support we’ve received from everyone.

With the rough draft of Volume two finished, we’re doing the preliminary edits and once we’ve finished that stage, my Beta Readers will get a chance to read it and provide their feedback. If you want to be on that list and are not yet, you can find the sign-up form here

If you’ve already signed up for my email list, you will be getting access to my short story The Park Ranger as well.

Thanks again from a very grateful author,

Sincerely and with lots of love,

Nathaniel Kaine

 

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Nathaniel Kaine

Nathaniel Kaine, the youngest of five children, was born on the east coast and spent his formative years in a small Midwestern town in northwest Indiana. As the youngest of five children, his siblings much older, he developed a penchant for crafting and writing tales as a way to entertain people. At the young age of seventeen, he shed his Midwestern roots for a more adventurous life in the U.S. Navy, where he had a broad array of experiences in the submarine service, surface naval units, and Foreign Service, specializing in electronics and communications. His time in the service allowed him to travel extensively, both in the United States and abroad, working in and visiting over 40 countries, experiencing and embracing many cultures. He spent a majority of his time, living and traveling throughout Central and South America, where he became fluent in Spanish while working with foreign military units on an advisory and training basis. Nathaniel has worked in the Financial Services Industry and currently works in Information Technology having held a number of different positions in both, constantly seeking the challenging aspects of his fields. Nathaniel’s avid love of the outdoors and adventure has led him on many interesting journeys, through the Andes in South America, the Amazon, diving in many of the world’s oceans, spending time on safari in Kenya, visiting the outback in Australia, constantly looking for ways to explore. Nathaniel and his wife, Meghan, have two young children, with whom they spend most of their waking hours. He also has three older children from a previous marriage to Kathleen, who passed away from cancer at an early age. Nathaniel takes much of his creative inspiration from classical authors such as Robert Louis Stevenson, James Fenimore Cooper and Herman Melville, and modern-day authors such as Robert Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, Lee Childs, John Grisham, and Clive Cussler.

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