About Noah Murphy

Noah Murphy grew up in Montgomery County, Maryland which features prominently in his writing. He graduated from Goucher College with a double major in philosophy and religion. After a stint in accounting for several years, he started-up his pet sitting service again, which he had been doing off and on since he was a teenager. In his spare time Noah volunteers at a not for profit parrot rescue. His love of animals provides inspiration for many of the anthropomorphic characters in his books.

Part of the generation just before autism awareness began, Noah was diagnosed at age 26. For him, a later diagnoses was a hidden blessing. Being forced to be “normal” gave him the skills and knowledge to publish and run a business. Autism also unhinges his mind, allowing him to approach situations and characters in strange new ways, and seriously enough to make them work.

An avid writer, Noah Murphy is the author of the fantasy novel Deltan Skies, and the superhero novel Ethereal Girls. He also enjoys sharing his opinions on life, literature and popular culture with his 29,000 followers on Twitter and on his blog.

Noah Murphy’s Books

Ethereal Girls

In Medieval Europe, four mystical weapons were forged in order to combat malevolent spirits – vile entities seeking nothing more than to spread misery and chaos across the universe. Centuries later, only one weapon remains to protect Earth. That weapon, the Axe of Boren, falls into the hands of teenage Liza while she is driving… [Read More]

Deltan Skies

A young elven mage named Quintanelle Fillion flees from her totalitarian homeland to New Delta, a dense metropolis made up of hundreds of mile-high towers. She finds employment working for New Delta’s top private detective, a human named Alfonso Deegan, and his red dragon associate Mordridakon. Quintanelle’s first case thrusts her in the middle of… [Read More]

This Book Will Fail

The self-publishing Industry was once hailed as a new day for authors. Freed of greedy publishers, they could chart a new course to success, Instead, the self-publishing industry has produced a sea of garbage written by people following bad advice from self-publishing “experts” with ulterior motives. Even talented writers still face a near impossible task… [Read More]

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