At far too young an age, Brad Shreve developed a love for political satire and became an avid fan of the Doonesbury comic strip. He spent years taking art classes and designed his own strips before realizing he enjoyed writing the stories more than the visual art. His thoughts turned to being a writer someday. The earliest adult novels he devoured were science fiction until he started reading mysteries. He was hooked. Authors Lawrence Block, Sue Grafton, Gregory Mcdonald and Robert B. Parker, had strong influences on him. As a grownup he pondered what he wanted to do when he became a bigger grownup, and the answer was obvious. His fingertips have been on the keyboard ever since. Brad was thrilled when he discovered LGBTQ mysteries are a thing, and the list of authors who inspired him to write in the subgenre are too numerous to mention. He published his first novel in 2019. He's also the host of Queer Writers of Crime, a podcast featuring interviews with LGBTQ authors of mystery, suspense, and thriller fiction. Brad lives in the California High Desert with his husband, Maurice. https://www.bradshreve.com https://www.queerwritersofcrime.comRead more Read less
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