His works include several novel ideas, short stories, and non-fiction articles found on his blogs such as The Perception Chronicles at www.perceptionchronicles.blogspot.com which challenges our perception of all things, The Writer’s Edge at www.writersedge.blogspot.com, a writing blog that explores the art of craft, and his personal blog, Perceptual Enema: The Karma Chronicles at www.perceptualenema.blogspot.com detailing the wackiness of everyday choices.
Raised in Rigby, Idaho (Birthplace of Television) M.L. began writing at the age of twelve, plagued by the omen of recurring dreams. Dreams haunted him until he wrote them down at which point he would gain a short respite before the next dream would begin. Nearly one hundred notebooks full of scribbled genius later he finally embraced the omen as a gift. The love of writing soon became his mainstay.
Later in life he moved to Boise, Idaho to attend Boise State University to “make something of himself” where he studied English with a Writing emphasis, Technical Writing, Creative Writing and Audio Production. (Those two passions will combine to produce audio books and promotional materials.) M.L. studied under several published authors such as Brady Udall (The Miracle Life of Edgar Mint, and The Lonely Polygamist), Mitch Wieland (Willy Slater’s Lane and God’s Dogs), and Alan Heathcock (Volt), to name a few.
M.L. Falconer is the father of five amazing kids whose strength and tenacity is unmatched. The older three live in Canada. He currently lives in Meridian, Idaho with a five inch Plecostomus named Lestat and his cat, Addyson, who is named after Joseph Addison of The Spectator & The Tattler fame.