Justin C. Denton

Nonfiction, Current Events, Biological Weapons, Military History

Investigative journalist, military historian, CBCP and CISSP

Justin Denton is an investigative journalist, military historian, a certified business continuity (and pandemic) planner (CBCP), as well as a certified information systems security professional (CISSP). As such, he has written or reviewed countless pandemic plans and recovery protocols as well as investigated many breaches of information system security. Denton has also authored articles, interviews and columns covering military history subjects. He has served as a private investigator and technical writer and created his own technical publishing firm. He calls a suburb of Milwaukee, WI, home and resides there with his wife, Svetlana.

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Your biggest literary influences:

Leon Uris, Tom Clancy, W.E.B. Griffin, Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Nelson DeMille

Last book read:

Your favorite literary character: 

John Corey, this guy reminds me of me. He is a wise guy ex-investigator who finds himself in some serious situations. He relies on his knowledge to squeeze through the tight gaps in his experiences.

Currently working on:

Then the World Shuddered, a follow-up to And the Sky Fell.

Words to live by:

What’s Your Story? Tell it.

Advice for aspiring authors:

God is in the details. Follow through. Failure to pay attention to both is a mistake.

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