With a face for radio and a voice for silent movies, writing was his only recourse.
R. Kyle Hannah is a self-professed geek and lover of most things sci-fi. He began writing in high school as an outlet for an overactive imagination. Those humble beginnings, combined with real life experiences from a 29-year career in the Army, have spawned a dozen full-length adventures and short stories.
His 2019 release, Harvest Day, won Best Sci-Fi Novel at the 2000 Imadjin Awards.
He was named One of the 50 Great Writers You Should be Reading by the Author's Show in 2016. He is also the winner of two Pinnacle Book Awards (Time Assassins and The Jake Cutter Conspiracy).
"Reminiscent of Arthur C. Clarke" is how Writer's Digest describes his first novel, To Aid and Protect.
He is a founder and Vice President of Jumpmaster Press. www.jumpmasterpress.com.
He is married, with two children, and lives in the suburbs of Birmingham, Alabama.