Born in Minnesota, I have always had a love for writing, ever since childhood. I currently live in Wisconsin with my wife, Nicola, and our three children: DeAnna, Jhessica, and Michael. As well as our loveable dog Jaena (who allows US to sleep in HER bed it seems!) and our playful little kitty Aimee.
Our youngest son, Cameron, passed away in 2010 at the age of 3. And though we miss him more than words can possibly express, he has been my guide, my teacher, and my reason for writing the Exiled trilogy. Thank you, my son, for being my angel, and guiding my fingers along the way. I hope you are as proud of me as I will forever be of you. I have done my best to pass on the lessons you taught to me within those pages.
I hope that each of you who reads my work enjoys it as much as I do in writing it for you.
As an author, if my work has you cheer for some of the characters, laugh with them, cry with them, love some of them or detest some of them, then I am pleased.
I would love to hear from each of you. I invite you to rate and review my work, and if you'd like to reach me through email, please do so! My email address is: email@example.com
My best wishes, to each and every one of you.
Here are my current published works:
*** The Exiled Trilogy ***
The Exiled (Book 1)
The Exiled: Continuation (Book 2)
The Exiled: Infinity (Book 3)
** Other Works **
From the Heart (Poetry)
The Ebook Writer, One Author's Journey
'To learn what's truly important in life, all one needs to do is look in the eyes of a small child - one who still looks upon the world through innocent eyes - who has not learned about lies, hatred, and selfishness, but knows only the emotion of love. It is they who are the real teachers. They are the ones we should strive to learn from, and be more like. If we could learn to see once more through innocent eyes, imagine how beautiful our world would become.'
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- Rag Doll
on March 14, 2013
Very creepy tale. Well written, and left an impression of wanting to go make sure neither of my daughters had any creepy rag dolls lying around forgotten in their rooms!
- UFO 1955
on March 14, 2013
Interesting tale, kind of a blending together of War of the Worlds and The Terminator was the impression I got from this.
- Behind These Eyes
on March 14, 2013
Though it seemed a bit confusing at first, by the end everything made sense. Wonderful example of a tale that pulls everything together at the end, making the entire story click together.
- The Seasons May Drift
on March 15, 2013
Mixed feelings with this book. The story concept is good, and I agree with Robert that the book does convey many emotions. The story's 'snapshot' type form is something different, whether intended or not, that aspect is done very well. While it does seem like there are places where it felt like random thoughts were thrown together, the overall story is not lost. Personally, I had hoped for a different ending. And that is why I give this a 4 out of 5 stars, because how a story is told all too often overshadows the most important aspect of any tale. Stories that bring out emotions within the reader are the reason we read in the first place, and the goal of I hope each of us that writes attempts to accomplish with our own works. Jess, you accomplished that goal for me. Thank you, and my best wishes to you.
- Times Hearts
on Aug. 15, 2013
Once more, Jess has delivered her amazing style of writing with Times Heart. With several different stories set within the pages, each of them with their own flow of dialect, Jess is able to make the reader feel like they are in each of the time frames and regions. An absolute recommended read for those looking for something more than the 'typical' read that is commonplace today. Wonderful job! 5 Stars!!!
- Gossamer Wings and Other Things
on Aug. 19, 2013
An absolutely wonderful books of poetry, quotations, and pictures. A definite one to keep in the digital library! 5 stars! (in case the rating doesn't show up)