John Krygelski has been a musician/singer/songwriter, a copywriter for advertising agencies, a radio newsperson and DJ, a political activist, a husband and a father. He has always been fascinated with physics and philosophy, as well as math.
His intent when he writes is to create a "what if" situation that stretches the reader's mind.
Frustrated by the many books that promise to delve deeply into profound subjects and never deliver, he attempts to not dodge the more difficults paths.
"They may not be the only answers, or the right answers, but at least there will be some answers in my books," says Krygelski.
"I don't know if 'influenced' is the right word, but I have been immeasurably touched by the writing of Dean Koontz. His style is such that the subject matter is irrelevant to me. It has been the beauty of his prose that prompted me to write."