About Bill

William D. Nash’s fascination williamdnashwith UFOs began in junior high and lasted into the early 1980s, when he investigated a few cases, both independently and for the Mutual UFO Network.

The origins of The Jupiter Factor Series go back to 1971, when Nash was in high school. Originally intended to be a short homemade movie script, the story grew and evolved over time but not without setbacks. Nash’s original final draft, loaned to a friend to get his opinion, disappeared—along with his so-called friend.

Nash started a disc jockey business in 1981 and retired in 2013. When he told people he partied for a living, he meant it.

Retirement and a fractured ankle brought The Jupiter Factor Series back into Nash’s life—well, that and his wife’s insistence that he do something other than play video games in his retirement years.

The first book in the series, USA: Eliminated!, was released in August 2018.  It’s about Ufologist Jack Slater discovering an abandoned alien base and a flying saucer.  The first thing he does it take the saucer for a joyride.

The second book, Conflict: Earth!, released in November 2019, continues his adventures as the governments of the world bickered over forming a united front against a pending alien invasion.

The third and final book, Journey’s End, is due out, hopefully, in the fall of 2020.

2 thoughts on “About Bill

  1. Hello,

    I am having issues checking out your site. I cannot find any information pertaining to your book. I hope you can offer me some help. Sorry to bother you.


  2. No bother, glad to help. What exactly are you looking for? In my blogs I do mention parts of my book and supply links to it on Amazon. Are you looking for the book itself or are you looking for a synopsis?


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