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About meDonald P. H. Eaton

Donald P.H. Eaton was born in Boston on October 23, 1945. After traveling across Europe on his BMW motorcycle when he was seventeen, he returned to the United States where he worked in a factory as a machinist.

He entered Marlboro college from which he graduated with high honors three years later with a degree in Classics, Greek and Latin. After working as a language coordinator and teacher, he moved to Japan where he lived for five years teaching and playing rugby.

Donald returned to California where he entered Brooks Institute of Photography, leaving two years later after consistently receiving highest honors, to go to Los Angeles, California where he entered the Directors Guild of America Training Program. Upon completion of his two years as an apprentice, he was admitted to the Guild as a full member and has worked in the industry ever since.

Donald P.H. Eaton has written for television and is a member of the Writers Guild of America (Emeritus). FAITH is his first novel. (Available at Search for Vermeer in Books)

He currently lives in Oregon with his loving wife, Darcey and his two angelic children, Nathan and Annie-Rose. He is now working a sequel to FAITH called THE PROCURESS.

About my libraryThese are some of the books that either shaped my character or changed my life



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