Bill Nash is a freelance writer and photographer living in Ventura County, California. He has worked in public relations, marketing and advertising for more than 20 years. He also has a background in journalism and photography, and he has won numerous awards for both writing and photography.
He wrote a weekly newspaper column for 23 years and he has written occasional feature stories and published nearly 50 travel destination pieces on locations around the world. He recently released his second novel, Stolen Dream. His earlier novel, Fog Delay, was a thriller set at San Francisco International Airport. As a non-fiction author, he is also known for writing Oil, Orchards and Flames, a history of the fire department in Santa Paula, California.