Timothy Glass was born in Pennsylvania and moved to the southwest with his
family as a child. Tim graduated from the
University of New Mexico. He spent
some time in New England and now lives just outside of Albuquerque, New
is a multi-award winning computer scientist and business consultant. Tim
was voted Who's Who Entrepreneur International,
Who's Who in the Computer
Industry by Thornton Rockefeller and Harlan Carnegie, Who's Who in Business
is a lifetime member of Sterlingšs Who's Who in Business.
Tim started his writing career as a journalist, under the
pen name of C.
Stewart. He has written and had published more than 300 nonfiction articles
nationally and internationally
for the health and fitness industry. In the
summer of 1991, one article, "The Heat is On," was attributed to saving a
when a young California runner collapsed from heat stress. Shortly
before the incident, the runner's partner had read the
article and attended
to his partner until the EMTšs arrived. The emergency medical crew believed
it was through the
partner's keen knowledge of what to do in the event of
heat stress that saved the young runner's life.
and wrote the "Crime Watch" column for the Better Business
Bureau of New Mexico. He also founded and is the editor of eBroadcastNews
publication on computer and Internet security.
He was a freelance journalist for It's a Wrap magazine, a New Mexico
quarterly until the magazine's retirement in the late 1990's
and he has worked as a regular contributing writer for several
Several TV series featured a half hour episode about Tim's quest for answers
William Max story. Tim's latest nonfiction book, Until the End of
Time, received an award judged by senior nonfiction editor
P. Kaganoff of
Simon and Schuster and placed first in the Southwest Writers nonfiction
He has completed
the screenplay based on his nonfiction book, Until the End
of Time that made the finals in the Hollywood Film Festival
awards and received a certificate of merit. He is currently working on
several writing projects, including
the Sleepytown Beagles children's book
series. Tim enjoys the company of his wife, Cathy, and his tri-colored
He also enjoys camping, hiking, weight training and woodworking. He
is a member of the Author's Guild of America, Author's
League of America,
Southwest Writers, and past member of IEEE Computer Society.
- Sleepytown Beagles, Panda Meets Ms. Daisy Bloom Released Summer 2006
- Sleepytown Beagles, Penny’s 4th of July Released Winter 2006
- Sleepytown Beagles, Oh Brother! Due out summer of 2007
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