Brief Biography

After 25 years of writing short stories that he only shared with friends, Adam Dreece changed his life and direction in 2014 when he wrote and indie published the first two books in his young adult series, The Yellow Hoods. Both books have been repeat Amazon Best Sellers as well as a Calgary best seller (Dec 2014).

His views on young adult fiction are pretty clear from the reviews of his books, they should be stories that are for everyone, young and mature alike. Adults enjoy The Yellow Hoods’ highly layered nature, picking up some more serious as well as humour themes and moments, while the younger crowd can’t get enough of the epic adventure.

A graduate from Canada’s prestigious University of Waterloo, Adam’s career as a software architect has included a silicon valley startup and working as a principal consultant for Microsoft. He started taking his writing seriously after a bout with terrible pain and being hit with severe asthma. These days he’s a full-time author and calls Calgary, Alberta home. His wife and three kids are as much his passion as writing, and he engages with his following on Twitter pretty seriously.

Currently he’s working on a novelette in the series as well as books 3 and 4, all due to be released in 2015.

Extended Biography

Go to my About Me, and feel free to contact me if you need something specific or pulled together for you.

Archived Radio & Podcast Appearances

Radio interview CJOB – Edmonton – Oct 28, 2016

S.Evan Townsen’s Speculative Fiction Cantina – Sept 30, 2016

Kroll Call Podcast – Nov 20 2015

Successful Authors Podcast – Treating my career like a Startup – Feb 16, 2015

S.Evan Townsen’s Speculative Fiction Cantina – Feb 6, 2015

Interviews & Articles

Author kicked off Amazon – Calgary Sun by Anna Brooks – Feb 2017

Calgary Herald article by Eric Volmers – Nov 2016 – Article – What I’ve learned from having allergic asthma – Adam’s Story – Nov 2015

Feature interview – Opal Publishing’s November 2015 issue

Adam’s article on indie publishing at The Book – Oct 2015