Steve Martino is an Amazon bestselling author who has written the fast-paced and politically-relevant Alex Pella novel series, which include The New Reality, and The Hidden Reality. His latest release, The Final Reality, is set for publication at the end of 2017.
A member of the International Thriller Writers, Steve’s action-political thrillers are often compared to such substantive novels as the Sigma Series by James Rollins, novels by Isaac Asimov, the Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown, and The Andromeda Strain by fellow physician, Michael Crichton.
Steve has an extensive history of political blogging and has been a featured co-host on the OnFire TV Show. He has been interviewed by Hollywood Up Close, Writestream Radio Network, Freedomizer Radio, A Book and a Chat, the Michael Dresser Show, and Nutmeg Broadcasting among others.
His books have been featured on numerous blogs across the United States and Europe including Indigo Quill, Writer’s Life, Confessions of a Reader, As the Page Turns, I Heart Reading, and Mary’s Cup of Tea among others.
Steve’s goal with his writing is to incorporate certain pressing topics that effect our word today such the unprecedented world-wide economic debt, globalism, the clash between East and West, and the growing schism in political interests with stimulating topics such as ancient Greek military history, biblical connections, medical twists, and futuristic scientific concepts.
By trade Steve Martino is a board-certified neurologist. He has been quoted in the local newspaper, publicized in a New Jersey medical flyer, and featured on a major hospital system’s neuroscience website. He also is an avid educator, instructing both medical students and residents along with high school students, EMS squads and physicians throughout New Jersey. His dedication to the field of medicine has been recognized both nationally and locally.
Steve lives in NJ with his wife, five children, and dog. When not working, he can be found with his kids at Boy Scouts, playing LEGOs on the floor, at a soccer game or watching a school play or dance recital.