In fourth grade, Andy Giesler fell in love with writing. His debut novel, "Attack of the Dinosaurs," was seventeen pages long: the heart-pounding tale of Alaskan scientists using nuclear bombs to prospect for gasoline and-as happens all too often-inadvertently waking frozen dinosaurs. He promised himself that, one day, he'd write an even longer book. Many years later while reading bedtime stories to his kids, he fell in love with writing all over again. He decided it was time. Andy has been a library page, dairy science programmer, teacher, technical writer, and healthcare software developer. He's a husband, father, and nonprofit web consultant living in Madison, Wisconsin.