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R. Scott Boyer graduated from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley in 1996. In 2008, he became fascinated with the idea of blending young adult fantasy with new-age fiction. While maintaining a full-time job, he couldn’t help but envision a storyline for the kind of book he wanted to read. This exploration led to the creation of the Bobby Ether YA fantasy series, which combines spiritual themes with ancient myths and legends to create fun, fast-paced stories tailored for young adults but suited for adventure lovers of all ages.

Through his writing, Scott likes to explore various metaphysical and spiritual themes, including the concepts of karma, serendipity, communion with nature, and the interconnectedness of all living things.

In his free time, Scott likes to play basketball and tennis, as well as exercise with his dog, Patch. Over the years, he has been involved with a number of volunteer organizations, including United In Harmony, the Collins & Katz Family YMCA, coaching various basketball programs, and C5LA.

Raised in Santa Monica, California, Scott still resides in the Los Angeles area close to his family.

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Pulpwood Queens Girlfriend Weekend 2021

Pulpwood Queens Girlfriend Weekend 2021

Okay, so... yeah, it's a mouthful. Still, I am super excited to be part of 2021 International Pulpwood Queens and Timber Guys Virtual Online Zoomathon Book Club Convention (that we call the Girlfriend Weekend Slumber Party). Last year, I went to the live event in...

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ScreenCraft Competition

ScreenCraft Competition

It's been a while since I posted, so I thought I would update people on what I've been up to lately, the status of my various books, as well as share some good news. Like most people, I took some time off to celebrate the holidays. I enjoyed the long weekends, which...

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The Power of Belief

The Power of Belief

By far the biggest theme in my stories, the one that prompted me to write in the first place, is that of belief and spirituality. When telling people about my books, I often describe them as a blend of fantasy and spiritual fiction. The term “spiritual” sometimes...

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