About Herb Schultz:
Herb Schultz is a graduate of Gannon University and Syracuse University, and has spent more than 30 years in the technology industry specializing in supercomputing. He lives in New York.
He has written three novels: “RonnieandLennie,” a funny, sad, edgy story that spans decades and visits numerous venues as it chronicles the lives of twins conjoined at the chest by a rogue band of flesh; “Architect’s Rendition,” the story of an amoral man who tries to secure the life he always wanted to live by cutting a swath through a cast of misfit characters – the kind who allow themselves to be deceived; and “Double Blind Test,” a tale of deceit, romance and lex talionis.
He is also the author of the 2012 winner if the Indie Reader Discovery Award for best short story collection, “Sometimes the Sun Does Shine There and Other Stories.” After several years working on screenplays, Herb recently published “Avarice, Deceit, Connivance and Revenge: Two Twisty Crime Screenplays.” And as an avid blogger, Herb published “Culture Justly Scrutinized: A Take on Six Years of Virtue and Venality.” The collection delivers opinionated commentary, offers provocative thought experiments and covers topics esoteric, obscure and absurd – making “Culture Justly Scrutinized” a unique and valuable take on the period.