Best-selling author John Foxjohn epitomizes the phrase “been there—done that.” Born and raised in the rural East Texas town of Nacogdoches, he quit high school and joined the Army at seventeen: Viet Nam veteran, Army Airborne Ranger, policeman and homicide detective, retired teacher and coach, now he is a multi-published author.
Foxjohn’s accolades as a writer are piling up. His name has appeared on every major best-selling list in the country, and he has earned awards in writing from Romance Writers of America, Mystery Writers of America, and others. Foxjohn is the only writer who has been asked to present a program at the Mystery Writers of America national convention and the Romance Writers of America national convention.
Foxjohn has been voted author of the year and mentor of the year.
Besides all of this, Foxjohn was also a nominee for the Mystery Writers of America’s vaunted Edgar Award.
Foxjohn lives in Lufkin, Texas, with his wife. When he’s not writing, teaching writing classes, or speaking to different writing groups and conferences, Foxjohn loves to spend time square dancing, working in his rose garden, or in his garage doing woodwork.
Contact him through his web site: www.johnfoxjohnhome.com, e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org, or Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/crimeauthorjohn