SCOTT OVERTON: With a long career as a radio morning show host, Scott’s first novel, the mystery/thriller Dead Air was set in the radio world (and shortlisted for a Northern Lit Award in Ontario, Canada). Since then he has taken the reader to even stranger places, including the human bloodstream in his SF novel debut The Primus Labyrinth, a science fiction thriller that reviews compare to Michael Crichton and Dan Brown. His most recent novel Naïda chronicles a reluctant hero with an alien being living inside him. Scott’s short fiction has been published in many science fiction magazines and anthologies.

Scott is also a freelance voice talent, often as a narrator of audiobooks (a perfect fit).

Scott’s distractions from writing include scuba diving, music, collector cars, and especially grandchildren! He lives with his wife on a private island in Northern Ontario.