The Independent Voice Celebrates S.E. Foulk

S.E. Foulk was born in Camden, NJ, attended Eastern High School in Voorhees, and moved to Hawaii when he was 26. After meeting his wife and having a son there, he enrolled in the University of Hawaii and graduated in 2000 with a degree in Computer Science.

He first encountered a copy of Dante's Inferno in 1976, when he was just 13 years old, becoming permanently obsessed with the Infernal landscape. He started writing his first book, AngelFall Book I - A Novel of Hell, in March of 2007 as a 'short' background story for a video game, and it developed into The AngelFall Series almost immediately.

He currently resides in Newark, California with his wife and son. He has 2 children, and 2 grandchildren.

Tell us 5 Random Things about you the person, not the author:
1. I love to walk in nature.
2. My family and I like to take road trips - really long ones!
3. I bake pretty good. 
4. I need to work out (see #3)
5. My wife thinks I am an alien.  No, not the foreign country kind.  I am not able to disprove her assertion yet, but I am working on it.

Favorite Authors:
Dante Aligheri
Bram Stoker
John Milton
Mary Shelley
J.K. Rowling
Stephen King
J.R.R Tolkien
Philip Pullman
Peter Benchley
Geoffrey Chaucer

Where people can find you online:

Tell us about your book:
Name : AngelFall Book I - A Novel of Hell
Genre: : Action/Adventure - Fantasy - Horror
Length: : 174 pages (33050 words)
Formats Available: eBook, Paperback

Book Blurb:

A mysterious ancient prisoner has been freed from eternal sleep,awakened after millennia by the wandering Aristotle, who roams freely despite the edicts of the Elders Council.  Tired of living within the gilded cage of Limbo, the great teacher has unknowingly opened Hells' own Pandora's box and set in motion a chain of events that will forever alter the infernal landscape.

Will the Fallen, those Dark Angels who reign over Hell, discover their loss?  And why does this prisoner not know who he is?  Can he evade capture and get to Limbo?

Where to buy: 
Smashwords (multi-formats)


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