Damian Hospital's writing credits include technical writing, training manuals, contracts, human resource guides, and business proposals for two IT companies. Tony Vahl is a pen name for a tech-savvy guy with an eclectic experience. He's been a production manager within the micoform-to-digital conversion industry, a project specialist for a religious non-profit, and is currently a accountant. He has been getting paid to write along the way.
Damian majored in Psychology in college before joining the workforce.
Damian and Tony were always creative writers since grade school, and was published numerous times from then until college. In 2001, he and Tony Vahl co-founded news, satire, and entertainment review websites (DailySkew, Skew.DailySkew.com, and others).
They co-created the Dream Seeker Universe. First short stories were published on their websites in 2001, and they continued to publish stories either on the web or via PDF downloads for years. Lulu published them in 2006, and then they realized how great the Kindle is. In 2013, the two teamed up again to produce Enneagram Pop, a non-fiction book about fictional characters and their personality types, and how this can help us understand our own strengths and weaknesses.
Tony recently wrote the Amazon Kindle Bestseller, The Best Android Tablets Under $100 (and more), his first tech book.