Chuck Dozier has been writing for nearly two decades with numerous published articles and his life changing manuscripts to his credit. His knowledge of the world and life comes from having traveled extensively. His travels have taken him to every state in the US and across much of four continents. He grew up in northeastern South Carolina where he was the seventh child in a family with ten children. He shares a very close relationship with his six brothers and three sisters, most of who still lives in the area. After graduation from Chestnut High School, an all black school in North Myrtle Beach, SC, he attended college at Marshall University in Huntington, WV. He was a member of Marshall’s foot team in 1968 and 1969. His life suffered a tragic jolt in 1970 when he lost several close friends and school mates in the plane crash that took the lives of nearly the entire Marshall University football team. Years later he met and married his wife, Regina, in California where they lived for more than twenty-five years. They have a son together and now live in The Triangle area of North Carolina. Chuck enjoys hiking, fishing, golfing, traveling and writing. His biggest pleasure comes from spending quality time with his family and working in his garden.