Nate Ealy lives in Pennsylvania and is a huge sports fan. When he’s not writing, he’s usually watching a ball game. His favourite teams are from the city of Pittsburgh.
Nate started writing when he was about ten years old. His Mum sat down with him and they came up with a really short story. Then they edited it together. He’s been writing ever since. A few of his stories have appeared in small magazines and journals such as Grove City College’s literary magazine The Echo, Siren’s Call eZine, and Romance Magazine.
Q: What is the first book you remember reading, or being read to as a child?
A: The Bernstein Bears and the Spooky Old Tree
Q: Do you have a favourite quote? (from a book, movie, song, speech…)
A: ‘I’ve never known a man worth his salt who, in the long run, deep down in his heart, didn’t appreciate the grind, the discipline.’ – Vince Lombardi
Q: If you could teleport yourself anywhere, real or fictional, where would it be and why?
A: I’d teleport to Florence, Italy. I went there when I was sixteen, and so far, it’s my favourite place ever.
Tommy Lunger got off the school bus, ran up the driveway, and went inside his house. The sun was sinking down below the horizon in the late afternoon like it always did at this time in December. There was no snow yet, but soon the ground would be white, and Tommy would have to start …