Dolan Andrews lives on an island in Puget Sound near Tacoma, Washington. When he’s not writing he walks the beach, goes boating and fishing, clears forests, landscapes, and thinks about stuff. His writing is so genuine that many believe his fiction is actually autobiographical. He doesn’t admit to that.
'I have always been introspective,' Dolan comments, 'and my life has been full of ups and downs. Every character I create is partly me. Every story line is based on actual incidents in my life. The truth is often too ugly or painful to accept, so I 'season' the truth with a dash of hope, a pinch of humor, some intrigue and some love. A liar changes the truth, a coward tries to avoid it, and a fool will die to defend it. I only disguise it, in hope the reader will enjoy discovering it for him or her self.'
He has written a self help book: Loving is Becoming , which should come to the internet soon, and is currently finishing his second novel.
'I only need a screen writer, publisher, and agent.' Dolan says. 'I’ve searched the sea and the forest for them. Where are they? Are they extinct?'