Donald J. Bingle

Random true facts about Donald J. Bingle: He is the author of the spy thriller, Net Impact. He was the Keeper of the World's Largest Kazoo. He made up the science of Neo-Psycho-Physics for a time travel roleplaying game. He is a member of The International Thriller Writers. He once successfully limboed under a pole only nineteen inches off the ground. He is the author of GREENSWORD, a darkly comedic eco-thriller about global warming. He has written short stories about killer bunnies, civil war soldiers, detectives, Renaissance Faire orcs, giant battling robots, demons, cats, time travelers, ghosts, time-traveling ghosts, barbarians, a husband accused of murdering his wife, dogs, horses, gamers, soldiers, Neanderthals, commuters, kender, and serial killers. Of those subjects, he has occasional contact in real life only with dogs, cats, gamers, and commuters (unless some of those are, unknown to him, really time travelers, ghosts, demons, serial killers, or murder suspects). He prefers gamers to commuters. He prefers dogs to cats. He is the author of Frame Shop, a mystery thriller about murder in a suburban writers' group. He is a member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. He was once hit by lightning. He was the world's top-ranked tournament player of classic roleplaying games like Dungeons & Dragons for more than fifteen years. He was an Eagle Scout. His Writer on Demand TM series of stories is available on Kindle and Nook. He is the co-author of The Love-Haight Case Files, about attorneys for supernatural creatures in a magic-filled San Francisco. He is a member of the International Association of Media Tie-In Writers. He has a fascinating website at He is a member of the GenCon Writers Symposium. He used to write movie reviews for a comic book. He wrote an award-winning short memoir about the day his dad bought sod.