The Firewall Saga is written by Braden Russell.
Braden Russell is a long-haired twentysomething who grew up homeschooled, looks a tad like John Boy Walton and lives in the deepest darkest Oklahoman Boonies. He writes stories sometimes, writes songs sometimes, tries to be an actor sometimes, and earns his living by teaching children how to play violin and guitar.
He also keeps a blog called The Storymonger where he talks about writing, music, life, and mole crickets. At least he talked about mole crickets that one time. Try searching for it.
Things he loves: God, his big loud music-playing family, his Tahoe named Xalvador, his guitar named Rosie, good coffee, scottish terriers, C.S. Lewis, British humor, and flannel shirts.
Things he doesn’t: postmodernism, EDM, soda, glitter, lol and rofl, minion memes.
He also loves long-form, episodic stories in many different mediums, and it has long been a dream of his to create one himself. The Firewall Saga is the result of this dream, and is slightly based on his first novel, The Nephilim Project, which he wrote when he was sixteen.