Phil Elmore is a bestselling author, freelance journalist, and technical writer who lives and works in Upstate New York. He has contributed extensively to "Tactical Knives" and "Survivor's Edge" magazines as well as several other self-defense and "tactical gear" trade publications. He is the Senior Editor of League Entertainment (an IP development company based in Florida) and the owner of Samurai Press, an independent small-press publisher. Through Samurai Press, Elmore has published a variety of non-fiction and self-help works, including the self-help bestseller "Ten Things Doctors Won't Tell You About Your CPAP Machine."
As a ghostwriter, Phil Elmore has been the author behind countless non-fiction and fiction works, including multiple action and science fiction novels, martial arts and fitness publications, survival and "prepper" ebook and print products, and even a survival-themed series of novellas. He has edited numerous novels, magazine articles, and other copy for inclusion in commercially published vehicles, as well as generating hundreds of thousands of words of content for Internet marketers across the Web.
With League Entertainment, Elmore co-created the Duke Manfist parody action series. The publisher of "The Martialist," the online magazine "for those who fight unfairly," Phil Elmore is also the author of twenty-one Executioner, Mack Bolan, and Stony Man novels for Gold Eagle/Harlequin Enterprises. His other work includes the "Augment," "Monsters," and "Detective Moxley" series, as well as the short story collection "The Thing in the Office and Other Tales of Terror" and the crowdfunded comedy-action novel "Spaceking Superpolice."