ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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Cate Bronson is an award-winning science fiction author and Writer’s Digest mainstream-literary short story winner. As a political science graduate and investment accountant turned writer of thrillers and narrative nonfiction, Bronson has authored stories and articles for a variety of publications. In 2018, she became a contributor to Chicken Soup for The Soul, and in 2020, won a gold medal with her high-concept technothriller, Clonedroid The New Wave, for Adult Science Fiction in the FAPA President's Book Awards. In 2021, Clonedroid  won another award in Adult Cover Design for the brilliant eBook image created by artist Deb Von Cannon. Bronson has also received recognition with Writer's Digest, winning an award of honorable mention for her mainstream/literary short story A Bit More Than We Could Chew.

 

Cate Bronson’s love for science and fiction began when she was a child, with Gene Roddenberry's original Star Trek series and Carl Sagan’s Cosmos. Her fascination grew with exposure to Isaac Asimov, Ayn Rand, Larry Niven, Robert J. Sawyer, and Michael Crichton, to name a few. Bronson’s writing reflects these influences, along with her passion for exploring what makes the cosmos and everything within it tick.

 

On the lighter side, her nonfiction centers closer to home, focusing on her family and devotion to animal welfare. Cate Bronson lives in Florida with her husband and rescued racing dogs. She spends time reading and writing in the sunshine while giant hounds lounge by her side.