Bio: Soloman Stone was born in Seattle, Washington. In eighth grade, he began to lead Dungeons and Dragons campaigns for a few close friends, weaving stories around their characters and springing traps on their imaginations. In 1999 Soloman began working graveyard security from eleven at night to seven in the morning at a toothbrush factory in the middle of a forest just outside of Seattle, a job that allowed him to read, write, and study while at work, while at the same time earning his bachelor's degree from Seattle University. From 2011 to 2014, he worked as a storyteller at a big software company. Editing documents began to give way to creating them, and with that creation process in motion he began to understand his true calling as an author. Putting pen to paper in a not-quite-leather-bound journal in February 2014, Soloman began to outline The Temple, a novella set in the quiet town of Duvall, Washington. After a month of scribbling and scrawling, The Temple was self-published on April 7 2014. In 2015, Soloman began work on a full-length novel, Fortress of the Mind. Soloman continues work on that while also outlining "Temple 2.0", which he hopes to publish by the end of 2015.