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“I was once told to follow my dreams, but they can get pretty weird, so I write fiction instead.”
 Ron Schrader

“I was once told to follow my dreams, but they can get pretty weird, so I write fiction instead.”
 Ron Schrader

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5-Star Amazon Review
Humble Beginnings grabs your attention from the beginning and doesn’t let go, not even at the end. The author has developed a good, strong plot, with strong characters. This is a must read!

5-Star Amazon Review
I have never considered myself a Sci Fi fan, but this book has changed my mind. I really loved it, the story was interesting, intriguing and keeps you on the edge of your seat. I fell in love with the characters, and cannot wait for more. This would make an amazing movie.

4-Star Amazon Review
A very fun tale told by a promising new writer. As other reviewers have noted, the story pulls the reader in immediately, grabs hold and doesn’t let go until the last word is read.

Meet Ron…

… Husband, Father, Entrepreneur, Movie Buff, Author, Mormon.

Ron Schrader was born and raised in Salt Lake City, UT. From a young age, he had a talent for writing, but by the time he finished school, and for several years that followed, he had very little interest in becoming an author and instead pursued other endeavors.

It wasn’t until his late 30’s, and after a major career change, that the flame was rekindled (pun intended) and he began to write again. He completed and publishing his first book, Humble Beginnings, in 2013 (available in Kindle and paperback formats on Amazon) and went to work on the next book.

Ron is a fan of many genres including sci-fi, fantasy, dystopian, and westerns to name a few. He plans to eventually write in multiple genres, believing that readers who like his work will read for the story, not the genre.