At age 7, Bill Lazarus decided to be a writer and has been writing ever since.  Born in
Portland, Me., he grew up in Akron, Ohio and has lived in Connecticut and now
Daytona Beach, Florida. He holds a B.A. and an M.A. in journalism from Kent State
(OH) University and an ABD in American Studies from Case Western Reserve (OH)
University.

During his career, he has been a newspaper reporter, magazine writer/editor,
advertising copywriter and writer/editor of NASCAR programs, among other jobs. He
has won three international awards for stories and programs while working for
International Speedway Corp. and was named 2000 Florida Feature Writer of the
Year.   

He has been published articles in hundreds of local, regional, state and national
publications as well as novels and nonfiction books. This is his first science fiction
book.

These days, along with his own compositions, he has been ghostwriting a variety of
novels and nonfiction books for clients from around the world.  

In recent years, Bill has taught English classes at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical (FL)
University. Previously, he taught at Kent State, Case Western Reserve, Cuyahoga (OH)
Community College, the University of New Haven, Yale University and Daytona State
(FL) College. A religious historian, he also teaches classes as part of Stetson (FL)
University’s Continuing Education Department.
William Paul Lazarus
WolfSinger
Publications
Don't Write What You Know;
Write What You Care About -- Passionately!