Aran Jane is an American author. His novels are billed as imaginative, thought-provoking suspense thrillers, incorporating futurist technologies and the paranormal among more general interests in physics, metaphysics, philosophy, politics, and espionage.
Jane attended Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, where he majored in Chemistry. At twenty-one, he left the chem lab to join the brokerage firm of Dean Witter Reynolds in San Francisco, becoming one of the youngest stockbrokers/commodities specialists hired by that firm.
Three years later, at the age of twenty-four, he launched an entrepreneurial career spearheading companies delivering high-tech solutions across a wide variety of industries, from finance to healthcare.
Jane credits a strong imagination for his success, both in business and as a novelist. Both Mondragon (2016), a sci-fi adventure, his first novel; and The Water Column (2020), a tense psychological thriller, his second, have landed on Kirkus Reviews’ recommended list.
Jane lives with his wife, Sheri, in Carlsbad, CA, and enjoys walking on the beach and playing classical guitar to re-charge his imagination when he’s not at his computer hammering out his next book.