Erez Aharoni grew up in Ramat Gan, Israel. As a child, he led in the boy scouts and played sports. He was drafted to the Israel Air Force, and completed his fighter pilot training course in 1978.
Later on, he served as a pilot in the Hercules squadron, and participated in various flights and missions, including the immigration of the Jews of Ethiopia. After his discharge, he studied Law, finishing his degree at Tel Aviv University.
Mr. Erez Aharoni is one of Israel's foremost commercial lawyers and one of the founders and managing partner of the international law firm of Zysman, Aharoni, Gayer & Co. Mr. Aharoni is also a partner and an owner of the U.S. law firm ZAG/S&W and of the chinese law firm ZAG/JunZeJun.
His love of writing and fiction began at a young age. In 2004, his story "Cackling (The Sounds of the Duck)" won first prize in the Uriel Ofek Short Fiction competition. In 2006, his first book, "Half a Moustache", was published by Maariv, and three years later, his novel "The Eagle's Secret" was published by Kinneret Zmora-Bitan.
In 2011, his newest book, "Wildfire", edited by Amnon Jackont, was published by Kinneret Zmora-Bitan.