By day, Eduardo Soliz is just another left-brained IT Guy fixing things for a living, but once his workday is over, the right side of his brain also wants to have some fun, so he writes short stories, blogs and records podcasts.
A child of the 80’s, Eduardo’s fascination with animal characters began at an early age. Some of the favorite books he discovered during his formative years were Aesop’s Fables, Watership Down and Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH. He is also particularly enamored with the works of Isaac Asimov. As he grew older, his appreciation of furries transferred to video games, with Starfox and the Ratchet and Clank series becoming some of his favorites.
For better or for worse, Eduardo became aware of the furry fandom in the late 2000s thanks to the Internet. After lurking FurAffinity for some time, he decided to attend Furry Fiesta in 2012 to find out what furries were all about. He had started writing a few years prior and had penned “All’s Well That Ends Well” for the Furry Fiesta 2012 conbook. After having a great time at Furry Fiesta he became involved in the fandom, going to furmeets, making friends, attending conventions and writing stories.
Currently, Eduardo self publishes micro-fiction collections as e-books. As a former programmer, he is familiar with the technical ins and outs of creating e-books and publishing them. His works are currently available on iBooks, Kindle, nook and Kobo. In addition to writing fiction, his sole non-fiction work, “The Rules of Tech Support,” is the first in a planned series of short books about the insanity that is fixing computers.
For more information on Eduardo’s works and current projects, visit eduardosoliz.com.