Schuyler Randall is a freelance writer and author of mystery thrillers who was born in Bronx, New York. He grew up in the small mining town of Graysville, Alabama and currently lives in McCalla, Alabama, with his wife Yvette and their West Highland Terrier, Que.
Ever since he graduated from Gardendale High School (and for some time before), Schuyler harbored the desire to write a novel. He achieved it in 2017 with his novel, Jacqueline Willoughby, which is set in Birmingham, Alabama and is the story of a series of grisly murders connected to a mysterious old book.
The success of his book led Schuyler to write Raina: The Prequel to Jacqueline Willoughby.
Schuyler is always active within writing circles, has appeared on the Talk of Alabama morning show, is a member of the Hoover Library Write Club and has participated in live readings of his work at the Hoover Library as well as numerous Flash Fiction events.
In his spare time, he enjoys live music and festivals, going to sporting events, travelling to new and exciting destinations and exploring large cities, where he can immerse himself in the different forms of architecture and the unique and individual culture that each one offers.