Art by ‘Akawa’ @TheCovatar
Trey Stone grew up the youngest of three siblings, proving once and for all to his parents and all of their extended family that third time is in fact the charm – that was until they decided to try yet again and have Trey’s younger brother, after which both parents decided to divorce each other because they couldn’t live with the shame of what they’d done (creating something so incredibly mediocre after something so very nearly perfect).
Trey grew up in rural Norway and always was fascinated with stories, choosing more often than not to sit still and read and write about adventures than to run around outside having them in person.
It does perhaps not come as a shock that Trey decided to get into archaeology which is nothing if not storytelling, -building, -making, -sharing, and -investigating, and spends his time working as a slightly shorter (but much prettier) Harrison Ford-wannabe.
In 2015, when he decided to take his love of writing seriously, he wrote The Consequence of Loyalty, a psychological thriller and his first book which was published in 2017. His second book, A State of Despair was published in 2020.
He likes reading, playing guitar, lifting weights, going for hikes, playing video games, and spending time with his gorgeous wife. He loves to travel if it wasn’t for the fact that it’s such a pain in the ass to do. Oh, and hates talking about himself in third person.