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Author Shane Etter Shares his Stroke Story

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Shane Etter is a former high tech sales professional who started writing fiction to improve his brain after suffering a stroke. He has six published novels including a series of supernatural thrillers—Bottom Dwellers, Mind Dwellers and Trail Dwellers, set in north Georgia and New York City and A Brain In Third Person, about a serial killer in Atlanta, A War In The Bronx, about rival drug gangs in NYC and A Brain In Third Person II, The Return of The Bad Penny. 

His first novel, Bottom Dwellers, was named the best murder mystery of 2012 by the late publicist/agent/author John Weaver.

Shane was born, raised and educated in Mississippi and has called greater Atlanta home for almost 30 years. His writing has been compared to the greats Jim Thompson and Cornell Woolrich. Known for his surprise endings, his latest, Devil’s Sympathy, about a serial killer who’s a writing professor at England’s Oxford University,  raises the bar to new levels.

Shane is a member of Charles Clifford Brooks’ The Southern Collective Experience, an organization supporting artists in music, written word and visual arts, and The Prose Editor Emeritus Of that organization’s cultural journal, The Blue Mountain Review.

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Episode sponsored by: Midwest Functional Neurology Center