Welcome New CAL Member Ethan Proud

Ethan started writing at a young age when traveling to sporting events to watch his siblings compete or on the way to his own tournaments. He began working on his first published work Rebellion in the seventh grade with his older brother Lincoln. Since then they have co-written the Rebellion Trilogy and published all three books.




Ethan Proud


Websites: rebelliontrilogy.blog
proudbrotherswriting.com
Email: ethan.and.lincoln@gmail.com
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Joined CAL: June 2017

Specialties: Fiction, particularly fantasy and sci-fi

Skills & Media: Short stories, full length novels, etc.

Books:
Rebellion: Book One of the Rebellion Trilogy
Vengeance: Book Two of the Rebellion Trilogy
Onslaught: Book Three of the Rebellion Trilogy

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Ethan started writing at a young age when traveling to sporting events to watch his siblings compete or on the way to his own tournaments. He began working on his first published work Rebellion in the seventh grade with his older brother Lincoln. Since then they have co-written the Rebellion Trilogy and published all three books.




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