Robert (Rob)Lee Joseph was born in Dallas, Texas. He served in the United States Air Force during the Viet Nam War and spent the last 4 years of his 10 year military career helping run computer operations at Headquarters, USAF, the Pentagon. Join the Royston family as they lead
On November 22, 1963, the then young Wall Street Journal employee was standing on the curb in downtown Dallas, Texas when he witnessed President Kennedy's limosine pass by him. He felt as if the president's bright smile and cheery wave were just for him, right before the doomed motorcade made that fateful turn.... and the end of Camelot...
In 1976, Rob honorably left the Air Force to help raise his growing family. Rob has had many interesting opportunities in the Information Technology field, ranging from The Wall Street Journal, The Dallas Morning News, Aerospace technologist for General Dynamics and Lockheed Martin, Computer Instructor, Programmer, Certified IT Project Manager for Shaw Industries, Computer Operations Manager for National Savings and Trust, and Senior Business Analyst for Wachovia Securities.
In his church callings in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Rob has served as a Bishop and Stake High Councilor among other various callings as he has lived in Texas, California, Virginia, Illinos, Georgia and halfway around the world.
Rob's alma mater is The University of Texas at Arlington where he earned his bachelor's degree in Business and majored in Management Information Systems.
Rob began writing in 1995 and published 'From Here to Everywhere' in 2000,
'Everywhere and Beyond' in 2002, 'Everywhere in the Omega Galaxy' in 2003 and
'Everywhere in the Alpha Dimension' in 2005, with 'Everywhere Enemies: Foreign and Domestic' slated for 2007. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org . His website is www.everywherebooks.com