Bio of Author Stephen Solomita

Author Stephen SolomitaI’ve been writing novels for so long now that I have difficulty remembering a life before I began pounding a keyboard. Of course, I must have grown up somewhere and I do have vague memories of Bayside, a community located at the outermost reaches of New York City in the borough of Queens. The problem is that I’ve used Bayside as a setting for scenes in a number of my books. Did the lad who underperformed at Bayside High School and Queens College grow up to become an author? Or is he a character buried on page ninety-nine of a novel I barely recall? I suppose I could reread my work, but having published twenty novels and written a number of others, the task is far too demanding for a man of my advanced years. I’ll just have to settle for the ambiguity.

These days, I believe my life can best be compared to that of a donkey trained from his earliest days to turn a millwheel.  Now old and lame, not to mention blind, when my stall opens, I sally forward to harness myself and start walking. This may seem an exaggeration, but I do believe that even in the last stages of Alzheimers, when all vestiges of language have been lost, I will somehow find my way to the computer in my office.A fitting end, it must be admitted, for a scribbler.

But not just yet. No, for now, I think I’ll continue my journey through the murky noir landscape. There’s something about obscured vistas that truly appeals to me.

A Word to the Wiseguy



Contact Stephen Solomita at stephensolomita@yahoo.com
Severn House Publishers at www.severnhouse.com

Monkey in the Middle Cracker Bling by Stephen Solomita Mercy Killing by Stephen Solomita Angel Face by Stephen Solomita Dancer in the Flames by Stephen Solomita