Lee read his first book for enjoyment at age eighteen. To atone for this late start, he devoured fifty-four novels in his first year at university. David Eddings, Raymond E. Feist, Tad Williams, and Robert Jordan nurtured a lasting affection for fantasy, and A. A. Attanasio’s Wyvern was the first book that he really loved. Lee is a great admirer of George R.R. Martin, Peter V. Brett, Brandon Sanderson, Patrick Rothfuss, Joe Abercrombie, Robin Hobb, and Neil Gaiman.
The Blood Priest is Lee’s first serious writing endeavour—he has wanted to write his own fantasy novel for a long time now—and he will pursue traditional publishing when the manuscript is ready.
Lee is a programmer by trade, a resident of London Town, and married with two children. “Spare time” is devoted to books, film, tv, food, and wine.