Errol Wayne Anderson
Anderson was born in Texas, but grew up in Kansas. He is a Navy veteran who has lived on both coasts of the United States and has travelled throughout the U.S. and enjoyed trips to Scotland and France.
Leaving college to work in the printing industry, he eventually formed his own publishing company.
Always interested in writing as a creative outlet, he wrote memoirs, poetry and short stories, but in 1995 he decided to try his hand at writing a novel. The result was Vivid Hues, a series of four books, which he put back on the shelf to be published later. The thrilling story of terrorists who come through our porous borders to destroy our nation from within was published in 2010.
Before he published Vivid Hues, he wrote and published The Job Coach. Although its title sounded like a How-to book, it was actually a mystery about Amanda Snow, a beautiful young woman trying to start her life over after a sexual assault at work. He has recently rewritten and republished it as Amanda Snow and the Deadly Semester.
Anderson has a new historical novel named Rachel, Lady of Grace. Although still in manuscript form, it's slated to be published in 2012. This is the story about Rachael Donelson's exciting - and sometimes turbulent - life before and after she married Andrew Jackson, who would become our seventh president.
Presently, Anderson lives in Kansas with his wife, Sarah.