C. B. Ash holds degrees as a Physical Scientist and Computer Scientist. Since college, he has run his own networking business, worked as a laboratory technician, taught martial arts, a consultant and a software engineer.
During that time he has written several fantasy and science fiction short stories, a fantasy/murder mystery novel and several poems. One of which garnered him the Emily Dickinson Award in Poetry. His first novel, Kinloch, was published in May, 2004.
When not writing, he whiles away his hours creating software architecture, planning where in the world to travel to next, playing a wooden flute – often badly which is much to the dismay of his cat and dog – and making a brave attempt at ink painting.
Tales of the Brass Griffin is his current series