Randall Jarmon, Ph.D. has followed such an unusual path that few novelists will tell a story the way he does.
Dr. Jarmon started out as an English major at heart, but ended up with an engineering degree. It imparted a keen interest in technology.
He once got more than his share of elite military training. Those few years were a good opportunity to learn about tactics, weaponry, martial arts, and so forth.
He has worked in a world-class manufacturing setting and a world-class R&D center. Part of the fun for those with technical backgrounds is determining when the technology in his stories goes from fact to fiction. The shifts will be subtle. Expect to miss some.
He earned a pretty good MBA. Later he earned a doctorate (in Management) well worth having. Among other things, he now easily explains the complex organization of human effort. Look for good plots clearly set forth.
More than six months each year, Dr. Jarmon, his wife, and their golden retriever live along the rim of the Palo Duro Canyon. This vast canyon starts not far from Amarillo and tries unsuccessfully to reach Austin. When not in West Texas, the Jarmons may be in Arizona. They have two children and six grandchildren.
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