Bill Myers

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For the American actor, see Bill H. Myers.

Bill Myers is an American Christian author, film director and film producer. He was born in Seattle, Washington on September 9, 1953.

Myers is most notable for the animated series The Adventures of McGee and Me. He is an author of books from many genres, including comedy, horror, thriller, fiction, and non-fiction. He has written over 80 books.


Bill Myers was born into a Christian home, and although as a child he became bored with Christianity, he decided at the University of Washington to "make God my boss." Ironically, at the University his worst subject was writing. He prayed, and said that he would be able to do anything for God, except write. Even so, he has become a prominent Christian writer, and has a large number of successful books and films to his credit.[1]

His book series "The Adventures of McGee and Me" is about a typically average, mild-mannered boy named Nicholas Martin, who has what appears to be an imaginary friend named McGee. The series chronicles the boy's various adventures, all ending with him learning a moral or spiritual lesson.


The Adventures of McGee and Me

  • The Not-So-Great Escape (1989)
  • Big Lie (1990)
  • Skate Expectations (1990)
  • Star in the Breaking (1990)
  • Twas the Fight Before Christmas (1990)
  • Twister and Shout (1990)
  • Take Me Out of the Ball Game (1993)




Non fiction[edit]

Additional bibliography[edit]

  • My Friend William Moved Away (1979)
  • Hot Topics, Tough Questions (1987)
  • Jesus: An Eyewitness Account (1988)
  • More Hot Topics (1989)
  • More Hot Topics: Rip Offs (1989)
  • Christ, B.C: Becoming Closer Friends with the Hidden Christ of the Old Testament (1990)
  • Baseball for Breakfast: The Story of a Boy Who Hated to Wait (1999)
  • Then Comes Marriage: A Novella (2001) (with Angela Elwell Hunt)