Warren Bell is an award-winning Indie Author who served almost 29 years as an officer in the U.S. Navy. His debut novel, Fall Eagle One, was selected as a Semifinalist in Kindle Book Review's Best Indie Books of 2012. The Indie Bookstore later named Fall Eagle One the Best Indie Action/Adventure Novel of the Year. Warren's second novel, Hold Back The Sun, appeared on the Amazon Kindle Historical Fiction/Asia Bestseller list soon after publication in 2013 and has consistently remained there. His third novel, Asphalt and Blood, was published late in 2014. An action/adventure about Seabees in Vietnam, Asphalt and Blood received a Pinnacle Book Excellence Award from the National Association of Book Entrepreneurs. His fourth novel, Snowflakes in July, takes place in the turbulent 1970s, a spy thriller about domestic terrorism.
Warren is by nature a storyteller. He gained familiarity with many areas of the world during a long career in the U.S. Navy, which included two deployments during the Vietnam War with a Seabee battalion. He has since traveled in several countries in Europe. A World War II buff, Warren enjoys researching and writing about the exploits of the U.S. Armed Forces.
Warren lives with his wife and editor, Annette, in Williamsburg, Virginia.