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About Brian Hill

Brian Hill Brian Hill's writing credits include non-fiction books, novels, screenplays, business plans, magazine articles and Internet content. He began his writing career while still in college, when his first publishing credit was the cover story for a national magazine.

His book titles include "Inside Secrets to Venture Capital," and "Attracting Capital from Angels," both from John Wiley & Sons. He also co-wrote "The Making of a Bestseller," published by Dearborn/Kaplan, and "The Pocket Small Business Owner's Guide to Business Plans" from Skyhorse Publishing/Allworth Press.

His first novel was "Over Time," a "Field of Dreams" type story for football fans. In early May his second novel,"Treasure in the Moonlight," a suspenseful treasure hunt adventure set in the Bahamas, was released.

He also helped his dogs with their book, "Rose and Kate Unleashed: Observations, Advice and Humor from Two Very Opinionated Dogs," published in March, 2015.

He is the co-founder of Profit Dynamics Inc., a consulting firm that has helped more than 200 business owners plan their companies and write their business plans. He has worked with companies in all regions of the U.S., and internationally in the UK, Europe, South America, Australia, and Canada.

In 2012-2014 he contributed articles analyzing public companies to The Motley Fool investment website. The articles were distributed to Yahoo Finance and DailyFinance.com.

Four of his motion picture scripts have been recognized in major screenwriting competitions including 2nd Place Winner, Finalist three times and Semi-Finalist three times. He writes in the comedy, suspense/thriller and action/adventure genres.

He earned his MBA from Arizona State University and also earned a Certificate in Feature Film Writing from UCLA-Extension.