Douglas E. Richards

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Douglas E. Richards (born May 7, 1962) is an American writer, primarily of science fiction and both nonfiction and fiction for children.[1]

Biography[edit]

Richards grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio. He graduated from Finneytown High School, in Ohio, in 1980. He obtained a B.S. in microbiology from Ohio State University before getting a master's degree in molecular biology from the University of Wisconsin and an MBA from the University of Chicago.[2][3][4] He currently lives in San Diego, California, with his wife and two children.

George Noory wrote, "Douglas E. Richards has been widely praised for his ability to weave action, suspense, and science into riveting novels that brilliantly straddle the thriller and science fiction genres."[5]

Publications[edit]

Young Adult Fiction[edit]

  • The Prometheus Project, Book 1: Trapped (2004) Paragon Press. E-book ASIN: B007ET4K7Y; Other:ISBN 978-0-9826184-1-7
  • The Prometheus Project, Book 2: Captured (2012) Paragon Press. ISBN 0982618425
  • The Prometheus Project, Book 3: Stranded (2012) Paragon Press. ISBN 0982618409

Wired Series[edit]

Nick Hall Series[edit]

Other books[edit]

Private Imprint[edit]

  • Paragon Press is Douglas E. Richard's private imprint. Many items from Paragon Press are also available in paper editions from CreateSpace, and audible editions from Audible.com.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Douglas E. Richards (2004). The Prometheus Project. Book 1: Trapped. Paragon Science Fiction. pp. inside back: "About the Author".
  2. ^ http://www.douglaserichards.com/author.html. Accessed 2014.09.7
  3. ^ http://www.sffworld.com/2013/08/interview-with-douglas-e-richards/
  4. ^ Barrett, Quinn (December 9, 2013). "Episode 5 - Interview by AM Ocala Live Part 2". Quotable Authors. Wise Bear Media. Retrieved September 17, 2014.
  5. ^ Noory, George (2013-09-25). "Psychopaths & Personality". Coast to Coast. Retrieved 2014-09-17.
  6. ^ The New York Times
  7. ^ USA Today
  8. ^ "Amazon Best Sellers". Amazon.com. Amazon. Retrieved 30 August 2017.

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