J Monkeys

Biography

J Monkeys has always been a storyteller, although mostly just for self-entertainment. J was shocked to learn that everybody didn’t spend their time with their head in a cloud imagining what they would do if some kind of adventure presented itself. After getting a degree in Creative Writing from the University of Connecticut (Go HUSKIES!) and spending WAY too long writing boring things for a regular paycheck, J is proud to offer this debut novel.

J lives in Connecticut with a menagerie of children and pets and is hard at work on the next book in the Livingston-Wexford series – The Peacock Tale. It’s a piratey adventure! Look for it in the fall of 2011.

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Books

The Peacock Tale
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 71,400. Language: English. Published: November 27, 2011. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Fiction
In this story, book 2 of the Livingston-Wexford Adventures, Quinn and Kayla's desperate hope for answers is crushed when they find that Quinn's Great Aunt Tally has troubles of her own and isn't in a position to give them any information. They decide to assist the elderly lady in her search for a 300 year old pirate treasure, and find answers, and more questions, in the strangest places.
The Cordovan Vault
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 78,530. Language: English. Published: March 10, 2011. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Adventure
(5.00 from 5 reviews)
Kayla & Quinn are having a really bad weekend. For 14-year old enemies who are forced to live together it takes something extraordinary for things to be really bad. Like their house exploding. Or people trying to kill them. When a DVD turns up saying "We are not who you think we are," they begin a crazy adventure to figure out what that means & they find that nothing is the way it seems.

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Smashwords book reviews by J Monkeys

  • A Night Of Secrets, A Historical Paranormal Romance on March 14, 2011

    What a lovely romance! I liked the unique take on vampirism and how one becomes a vampire. Meg and Grayson are nicely drawn characters, each with responsibilities they can't abandon. They come together quite nicely without all the let's-not-admit-our-true-feelings-and-thereby-drag-out-the-plot silliness of older romances.
  • Ace That Interview: Advice from a Real Recruiter on March 14, 2011

    This book has GREAT tips in an easy to understand format. The author is an experienced and knowledgable recruiter who knows what she's talking about. If you want to brush up your interview skills, definately give this book a try!