About the author:

Engineer by day and semi-starving Author by night, Steve Lee brings a unique perspective to his writings that is sure to draw you in, even as it expands your mind.

Author of six books thus far:

> two novels: “Epiphany” and “At the Narrow End of Time“;

> two social commentaries: “The Gilligan Principle“, and the latest release “Some Things They Forgot to Mention“;

> and two tech books: “Introduction to Laser Physics with Applications“, and “Spread Spectrum CDMA“.

Lee draws from a wide variety of very different sources across multiple disciplines, blending them in a unique and thought provoking way. Topics include the vast and often sad reality of human history, the netherworld of the human psyche, and the elegant marvels found in biochemistry – with a bit of quantum physics thrown in just to keep things interesting.

With a unique blend of humor and social commentary, Lee paints an often expansive picture well outside the norm of the standard formulaic fare of the pulp fiction world.

We hope you find these books both thought-provoking, as well as entertaining.

“And yes, I do find typing with dewclaws a bit tough at times… But you get use to it.”

What are you doing still sitting at your desk!