Chuck Lesher spent many years working in the aerospace industry before deciding to pursue his true passion: writing. His debut novel, Evolution's Child - Earthman, is the first book in the Shadow War trilogy. The novel received Best of Lunar Fiction from the Lunar Library. Evolution's Child - Lunarian and Evolution's Child - Thread soon followed.
Evolution's Child - Earthborn is Book Four of the Republic of Luna series, an ongoing saga about the trials and tribulations of humanity's first extraterrestrial nation. It is set approximately a century after the Shadow War almost destroyed Mother Earth.
His western novel, Bad Day on the Verde, is a story of violence and brutality, of sudden frontier justice, of courage and enduring love. The Kindle version garnered over a 1000 downloads in its first month.
Chuck also wrote a non-fiction book, Out of the Cradle, listing some of the numerous environmental concerns facing the world today with a focus on where we will get our electricity when the oil and coal are gone. Out of the Cradle is a large-format full-color compilation of many factors affecting this issue.
Chuck grew up in Las Animas, Colorado, and graduated high school in Boron, California. After a stint in the army stationed in Baumholder, Germany, Chuck received a BS from the University of Wisconsin and an MS from Arizona State University. During his years working as an engineer at Orbital Sciences, Chuck launched small sounding rockets from Canada, Mexico, Europe and many places across America. Later, he managed the assembly and testing of numerous harsh environment electronic assemblies for Halliburton, Telonics, Lockheed-Martin, and many other companies.
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No matter where he is, or what's going on, Chuck tries his best to set aside time every day to answer emails and messages from readers. You can reach him at: firstname.lastname@example.org