About Me

About The Author

What is an author? Isn’t that the question? I looked at a bunch of definitions and was amazed at how varied they are across the net. I liked “An author is the creator or originator of any written work such as a book or play, and is also considered a writer. More broadly defined, an author is “the person who originated or gave existence to anything” and whose authorship determines responsibility for what was created.”

From that we are all authors of something.

For me I find that passion takes my mind everywhere, and as it does I write. I enjoy writing Action, Thrillers, Mysteries, Horror, Young Adult, and a lot more! In the end all stories are worth writing!

Andrew Allen Smith is a West Michigan Author with a passion for life. As an author he has explored multiple genre’s and feels at home with each of them. His first book was a book of poetry which has recently become more popular while his “Masterson Files” series has achieved a positive success.

Since 2016 Andrew has continued growing as an author thanks to the fantastic input of his readers. The journey has been interesting and informative and has included adding more structure as well as a support group of fine editors and people to assist in making his craft more successful.

In 2021 Andrew released his first non-fiction book that was not a textbook or validation document with “What NOT to Say to People who are Grieving” with his sister. That book reached number 47 on Amazon in the Death and Grief category.

Andrew continues to write and is currently focused on multiple projects including his continuation of the “Masterson Files”, a new series called “The Eternal Forever” and a series of anthologies including the recently released “Another Slice of Fear”. Andrew has also had multiple short stories and flash fiction entries accepted into publications.

Andrew also writes daily at 29000sunsets.com with uplifting statements or original poetry to say something positive to the world.

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