Dennis Lowery is an eclectic polymath. A Navy veteran, who in his younger days was a bouncer/doorman in a strip club, a restaurant manager, then a business professional in large companies... ultimately--since January 2, 1996--owning and managing his own businesses. Since 2008, he has been a full-time writer, ghostwriter and author of several nonfiction books and novels for clients. He is also the author, co-author and developer of his own novels and dozens of shorter works.
Based in Florida, he works internationally and has traveled to 36 countries and visited several World Heritage Sites of special cultural, historical or physical significance. He has given talks on writing, publishing and the importance and impact of stories on individuals and cultures across the United States and internationally in Toronto, London, and Muscat, Oman. He is a member of the Military Writers Society of America. Decades of experience gives him a keen insight that resonates within his many stories portraying strong, capable, characters; their challenges and how they face them. His original fiction stories span the thriller, adventure, fantasy, science fiction and horror genres for the Young Adult, New Adult, and Adult markets.
Since 2010 his company, Adducent, has published (under its imprints) over sixty titles as of this writing. For clients as diverse as generals and admirals in the US military, senators, Fortune 500 CEOs, Chairmen of multi-billion dollar companies on the New York Stock Exchange, doctors and lawyers, university professors, and CIA agents. Including people, from all walks of life, who have led extraordinary lives and overcome significant challenges. His creative writing and ghostwriting skills have helped clients turn their knowledge, life experiences and imaginative ideas into compelling and entertaining stories and books (memoirs, nonfiction & fiction). Married for 30+ years, he has four daughters, a Labradoodle (who seems like a 5th daughter) and an Irish Terrier (his only boy). They live in northeast Florida.
Here's just one comment from a reader of several of his works (dozens can be found at his website):
"Dennis, know what I love most about your work? How you describe images. With exactly the right words, never too few, never too many. You paint such clear pictures with your words, it's like I am there and I see and feel it for myself. How many times have I not hurled a book across the room , out of frustration, because the descriptions were tedious and never-ending and made me scream in my head:"who cares!?'?" Or I just was not able to connect to any character in the story for lack of detail. You, my friend, are juuuust right." --Nina A.