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Anne Fox lives in El Paso along with six chickens, a pond full of goldfish, and two Maine Coon cats. She enjoys many hobbies, including crafts, gardening, and rockhounding. When not writing, she practices her marksmanship skills and draws upon that for her crime/suspense series, The Unit. Also the holder of a Commercial pilot's license, she once ran her own flight school and trained many people to fly, having over 6,000 flight hours recorded in her pilot logbooks. Anne began writing in 2019 with her debut book, Gabriel's Call—a stand-alone novel about a woman believed to be schizophrenic and her doctor. It's the only stand-alone and the only metaphysical book she has penned. She then segued into the crime/suspense genre, with now 21 books to The Unit series and number 22, the last of the series, currently being finished. She will continue the unit's story with the series that will be sequel to The Unit: The Unit: Gen 2, which will take place 25 years into the future as the children of The Unit's two main characters enter the unit. She is also considering another series, tentatively titled The Investigators, that will highlight the analysis of a crime scene from the gathering of evidence to the forensic analysis, and end with the solving of the case. Anne created her own publishing company, Star on the Mountain Books, and is the "do everything" person there: writing, editing, formatting, and proofreading her own books as well as books for others. Doing extensive research for all of her books keeps her busy. She tries her best to portray a realistic account of both the action within each book and focuses strongly on the human side of the characters. Readers will share her characters' inner thoughts, fears, and desires as she paints them with a realistic brush to bring them alive. Asked why she writes, she often responds with, "Because my characters insist that I tell their stories." They all hope her readers will find their stories interesting.