Dawson Vosburg was born on August 2, 1994, to Don and Diane Vosburg. Growing up, he always was surrounded with good books and read them constantly since he learned to read and sound out letters at the age of three.
Dawson has always had a love for reading, and often when he finished a book or novel he would want to write something of the same genre. As he grew older, he began to devise his own ideas of what to write, and after a few years of kicking ideas around in his head, he came up with an idea: a world of secret government agents called the BLUE.
Fast forward seven years later. Dawson was twelve, and felt that the latest literature was getting bland. After seeing and gaining a strong dislike for the film Eragon in January of 2007, he decided to read the original novel by Christopher Paolini. He read it and loved it, and was inspired by the story of a fifteen-year-old writing an entire novel.
So, in 2007, Dawson wrote his first novel, Day of the Dragon, in October, after reading a book about writing a first draft in one month called No Plot? No Problem! He decided to write a novel idea he had been formulating over the summer.
Then, after nearly finishing Dragon, Dawson read the acknowledgments of the book out of curiosity only to find that there was an actual contest to write a novel in a month in November. He decided he would write two books in a row and thus penned the words in Double Life.
Dawson furthered his career by publishing the sequel to Double Life, entitled Terminal Velocity, in December of 2009.
He now attends Liberty Christian School in Anderson, Indiana, where he is currently working on the third and final installment in the Advetures of Josiah Jones. His hobbies include writing, art, and guitar.