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Paul Creasy was born in Radford, Virginia, the only child of Victor (Gene) and Marla Creasy.  He grew up in the small town of Bluefield, West Virginia before moving to Richmond, Virginia where he graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University.

He continues to reside in Richmond today, with his lovely wife Mary and their rambunctious puppy Truffle.  He and his wife run The Memory Tree, a bereavement services company his late parents founded over twenty years ago.   

Apart from writing, Paul enjoys reading fiction as well as history and Christian apologetics.  He also enjoys ballroom dancing with his wife and traveling extensively.  

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