Sam Stall


      Sam Stall has more than 1 million books in print. The approximately 20 titles he's authored or co-authored include the novels Night of the Living Trekkies (with Kevin David Anderson) and Dracula's Heir, both from Quirk Books. His non-fiction projects span the realm of pop culture, including an examination of as-seen-on-TV products; a chronicle of bizarre suburban crimes; and a collection of "business tips" from the Three Stooges.

      He's also written or co-written several books about the ins and outs of pet ownership. Two, The Dog Owner's Manual and The Cat Owner's Manual, have achieved combined sales of more than 300,000 copies worldwide. A couple of others, 100 Dogs Who Changed Civilization and 100 Cats Who Changed Civilization, have been published in more than a dozen languages, from French to Finnish to Korean.

      Sam was born in Goshen, Indiana, spent his childhood in the Orlando area, and currently resides in Indianapolis with his wife Jami and their son, James.