JAZAN WILD is an Amazon bestselling author, with 13 titles topping the Graphic Novel List as well as having the #1 graphic novel app on Amazon's App Store for over 9 months consecutively. Wild is a writer and musician who tells stories, musically and in written word, from the Carnival of Souls & Funhouse Of Horrors series.
Wild's "Carnival Of Souls" was the 1st Comic Book on Blackberry. "Carnival Of Souls" was the #1 ebook for a year on Blackberry's App World, making Wild one of the most downloaded authors on Blackberry.
July 4, 2009... Wild and Jonathan Elias, world renowned composer, co-created Atomic Dreams, The Lost Journal Of J. Robert Oppenheimer. This graphic novel correlated with Elias' Prayer Cycle 2: Path to Zero album. Atomic Dreams was the first comic book app on Nokia phones.
Wild's "Carnival Of Souls and Funhouse Of Horrors apps" made Entertainment Weekly's Must List in the 2009 Halloween issue. Wild's company CARNIVAL COMICS was named a Nokia 2009 Success Story.
On Amazon's Android App Store, eight of Wild's titles have regularly been in the top ten of the Graphic Novel App List, since the App Store's launch. In fact, Funhouse Of Horrors enjoyed a 9 month run at #1 from January to November 2012.
July 4th 2012 Wild launched his CARNIVAL OF SOULS Novel exclusively on Amazon.com. On July 5th the novel hit the #1 spot and stayed atop the list for five days in a row. Four months later, the novel returned to the #1 spot for a second time, as part of a Halloween Promotion.
Wild's Dandy story, (which was co-created with hit maker / songwriter Andreas Carlsson) was featured in a massive marketing campaign in Sweden, which included a #1 novel, 16 million McDonald's place-mats featuring the characters and story, a McDonald's page on the company's official site, a McDonald's contest where fans of the book could send in their own stories of overcoming odds, just like Dandy, as well as 4 cover paperback that was featured and sold throughout 7 / 11 stores.
on Dec. 02, 2013 :
Can't say enough good about this author and this is a great read. Worth picking up
(review of free book)