R. Brady Frost is an author from Northern Utah.
Brady spent his early years on the family’s four acres surrounded by tomatoes, giant zucchini, and countless animals and critters.
As the years wore on, Brady discovered an innate love for technology. He was caught sticking a magnet into an electrical outlet at his preschool on Hill Air Force Base and, while he didn’t gain super powers, he soon began dismantling the family’s broken electronics. In time this behavior spread to taking apart functioning appliances. Before anyone could stop him, he was piecing together his Frankenstein robot army, which resulted in more than a few popped fuses but, according to official records, caused no lasting damage.
Of course, besides technology, Brady loves to write. His first story, The Lion and the Turtle, was published on the board outside Ms. Shupe’s first grade classroom for the entire school to read.
After marrying his high school sweetheart, Brady joined the military where he met many interesting people, did some amazing things, and devoured the stories of those he served with. One of the greatest things about his enlistment was his four year tour in Anchorage, Alaska. A cherished memory from that time was panning for gold with his family in the great outdoors.
Brady writes engaging, character-driven stories where his words bring life to the tales he spins.
R. Brady Frost is a backyard beekeeper. He started out with his first hive of Italian honey bees under the tutelage of his father in Northern Utah.
At times, he can be found out in the apiary, humming to his hard working honey bees and lovingly checking on their magnificent honeycombs.
Brady graduated from Western Governors University with a Masters of Science in Information Security and Assurance in 2013 and is now pursuing an MBA.
He also holds a Bachelors of Science in Internet Systems Software Technology from Bellevue University and two associates degrees from the Community College of the Air Force.
“I truly think Frost is a diamond in the rough, and hope that more readers will recognize his abilities and skill in building stories.”Ashley R. Carlson, Amazon.com Review: The Boy in the Window