I was born in British Columbia, Canada, but spent most of my youth on the beaches of Maui. Throughout my life, I’ve been fortunate enough to explore my passions. I’ve had harrowing experiences as a helicopter pilot, drying cherries in the desert mountains of Washington state. I’ve toured with a band down the eastern seaboard in a $2,000 van, surviving on Arby’s fixins, and selling CDs for gas money. I’ve built websites and designed logos for businesses all over North America. Of everything I’ve tried, writing fantasy is by far the most exciting and fulfilling.

My whole life I have been fascinated by stories. Especially the kind of stories that transport you into incredible worlds where the impossible becomes real; where epic battles between good and evil rage across the centuries. This sense of escape and wonderment are what I hope to embody within my own work.


  1. Cindy

    After reading the first chapter, I’m hooked! Looking forward to the book. Congratulations on your work!

  2. H.G. Chambers

    Thanks Cindy! So glad you enjoyed.

  3. Daryl Royal

    I just finished the book and I have to say I was absorbed into the world and story immediately. I loved the characters and enjoyed the ride I took following their exploits. Thanks so much for a great read and I can’t wait to see where this awesome story leads

    • H.G. Chambers

      Thanks Daryl – I’m so happy to hear that you enjoyed it 🙂
      Book two is in the works, which promises to be another action-packed ride. New heroes, more bad guys, answers to lingering questions, and more mysteries to unravel. Coming to you January 2018!
      Thanks again for your comment – have a fantastic evening.

  4. Joe

    I just joined your website.

    So, looking forward to your stories and their character development. I like the idea of a Muses in the world, to inspire mankinds achievement and endeavors. Expression of ambition, feelings, and desires in ones writing, is truly an inspired gift.

    • H.G. Chambers

      Hi Joe,

      Thanks so much for stopping by! I agree, it’s really interesting to personify inspiration…almost makes it more real. I hope you enjoy the books. I’d love to hear what you think once you’ve finished.

  5. Frederick J. Spector

    I’ve been reading SF my whole life(I’m 77) and really enjoyed Windwalker. It’s a fun read and moves very smoothly.

    Living here in Ferndale,WA I really understand your love for B. C. although Hawaii must have been fun

    In my late twenties I traveled all over the lower forty but picking cherries had to be awful(except for muchin the freebies).

    Rik Spector

    • H.G. Chambers

      Hi Rik,

      Fantastic – so glad to hear you liked it!

      Indeed, I think the pacific northwest is hard to beat…though if there were a contender, Hawaii might be it. During my stint in cherry drying I must have eaten three or four giant buckets of cherries. 100 times better than anything in the grocery store. At this point in my life, I’d much rather be at my desk writing stories than risking my life in a thunder storm at the controls of a 50 year old helicopter. Ah, how times change.

      Thanks for your comments, and have a wonderful week!


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