"Nathan creates some of the most demented serial killers, taking us inside their perspective
to understand why they do what they do."
"A fantastic story line that keeps you gripped all the way through."
"Great story line that kept me intrigued."
"This was a great read! I really admire the author for his originality and courage."
"Christian Crime Fiction at it's best."
Nathan Bush is the author of The Foley Chronicles: Files from the 8th District, what he calls a faith-based crime series, with an attitude. It’s an edgy crime story series with a mixture of grit, humor, excitement, romance, and a touch of Christianity. He also writes The Foley Chronicles: Dark Side of Foley. His blog (Write Here, Write Now) is where he shares short stories/flash fiction in various genres, life ramblings, a few book reviews, an occasional devotional, and some insight on life with a child on the Spectrum.
He has been writing since middle/high school, where he was involved with the school newspaper and literary magazine but didn't publish his first full length novel until 2016. He has since followed up his debut with three more books in the Files from the 8th District series, as well as the first short story in The Dark Side of Foley series.
While he has yet to break into mainstream fandom, or received accolades or awards, he has written an article for Indie Authors Monthly (April 2018 issue), and short stories and a poem for the RAC Magazine.
He enjoys reading a variety of genres that includes sci-fi, fantasy, Christian fiction, true crime and mystery/thriller/crime. He also writes in many of these genres (mainly on his blog) but has found he prefers the crime niche over the others.
His goal in writing is simply to entertain his readers and to grow a loyal fan base to spread the word about his stories.
He currently resides in Alabama with his amazing wife and five children, where he landed after his enlistment in the Army came to a conclusion. He and his wife spent ten years working with teenagers in the church, before moving on to devote more time to their special needs daughter.
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Nathan's Book Talk Radio Club Podcasts
Interview 30 April 2021
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