F.J. Lennon is a writer, designer, digital media producer, screenwriter, and a novelist. He graduated magna cum laude from Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania in 1986 and earned a degree in Communications and a minor in English Literature. His passion for paranormal topics has inspired two novels: Devil’s Gate and Soul Trapper, the first two books in a trilogy about the rogue ghost hunter, Kane Pryce. Lennon is also the author of Every Mistake in the Book: a business memoir about his early years working in the video game industry and he has written a number of teleplays and screenplays, all of which are in different stages of development. F.J. Lennon has worked in a number of industries in the past 25 years including video games, interactive television, advertising, and toys. Since the mid 1980s, Lennon has been instrumental in the development of fifty educational software titles and interactive games as well as entertainment properties for companies like Electronic Arts, Take 2 Interactive, Disney Interactive, Mattel, Sesame Street, DIRECTV, Paramount Digital Entertainment, Simon and Schuster Interactive, Marvel Comics, MicroProse Software, and the U.S. Federal Government. Lennon is a native of Latrobe, Pennsylvania, but later moved to the West Coast in the late 1990s. He lives in Los Angeles, California with his wife and two daughters. Today he joins us to discuss his book: Devil’s Gate: A Kane Pryce Novel.