Jeffery L. Cheney
Jeff is the second of the seven Cheney brothers. He has worked as a civilian contract mechanic
for the US Army, a heavy equipment mechanic, a High School teacher, and currently works in
high technology computer chip manufacturing.
Jeff has been writing science fiction and fantasy stories for enjoyment for over thirty-five
years and has published two SF novels with his brothers; Dead Reckoning and Day of Reckoning.
Force of Reckoning is his third novel with his brothers. He is also completing his first solo
novel, Forged by Betrayal.
He enjoys coaching youth basketball, working on cars and doing woodworking when the time allows.
He has three grown children and he lives in a small town in NW Oregon with his wife of 28 years.
Craig J. Cheney
Craig is the middlest of the Cheney sons. He holds degrees in Accounting, Business Administration,
Computer Engineering, and Electrical Engineering. He has worked as a disk jockey, put on trade shows,
organized a circus, taught classes on Shakespeare, Math, Debate, and Parliamentary Procedure, and is
currently dabbling in rocket science.
Craig was the runner-up for the 2009 Next Mark Twain Award.
He, his wife, and their children
live on Utah's Wasatch Front.
Jared L. Cheney
Jared is the youngest of the brothers. He has worked for many years as an IT Executive, and is currently
a Senior VP for a global cloud services company.
He loves to travel and has lived and worked all over the US and in over 10 different countries. He holds
a degree in Business Administration, Information Systems, and Electrical Engineering.
Jared and his wife live in the Portland, Oregon area with their children.
The authors all graduated at or near the top of their respective classes at the same high school on the Oregon
Coast. All three are Eagle Scouts and volunteer their time to support The Boy Scouts of America.
All three are fluent in Spanish and can hold their own in English
(or was that the other way around?) although Craig sometimes gets
confused over the gender of such obviously masculine words as "la
mano" and "la foto".