Ross B. Lampert has been in love with both science and words - and hence science fiction and fantasy - since at least third grade, when he wrote a one-act SF play. After detours through public school, college and the Air Force, he returned to writing full time in, appropriately enough, 2001. Today he blogs, writes occasional op-ed pieces, newspaper articles, short stories and crafts novels in southeastern Arizona. His debut novel, "The Eternity Plague," was published in 2013 and its sequel, "Chrysalis," in 2015. Both will be available for sale at the Indie Author Pavilion. The final book in the series, tentatively titled "Wild Spread," is in draft. You can follow him on his SunSpots blog and on Twitter, be his friend on Facebook, and connect with him on LinkedIn.