T. Michael Salter
T Michael Salter – Michael was born and raised in Central New York State and has lived in Pennsylvania and Michigan. A former high school and college teacher, he holds degrees in Biblical Studies, History, Communications, and History Education. During his teaching career, he helped countless students refine their skills in research and writing, which improved his own proofreading and editing abilities. Prior to teaching, he was a radio and print journalist. Currently, he works as a freelance writer, editor, and photographer.
A lifelong lover of the outdoors, Michael spends as much time as possible camping, hiking, and snowshoeing. This has led him to express that love through landscape and wildlife photography, as well as writing for a like-minded audience. Michael has had articles published by local historical societies, Traditional Bowhunter magazine, Survival Quarterly magazine, and has received several awards for his photography.
Michael currently lives and works on a small homestead farm in Central New York, surrounded by thousands of acres of state forest land. All of this serves as an inspiration for his own writing and photography, as well as providing a relaxing backdrop for editing and proofreading the works of other authors.