Jason P. Hill
I'm a catalog and website copywriter by day, and a blogger by night. I'm a poet, a short story writer, and a creative thinker. I'm an actor, a director, and a playwright. I'm a husband, soon to be a father. I am outside the box, because I don't fit in it. I am weird, and proud of it. I love to read and to be read. I love words and wordplay, metaphors and similes. I even love clichés, if only to turn them on their heads. I'm a writer. Read me?
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Smashwords book reviews by Jason P. Hill
- True Maturity
on March 10, 2012
"I warn everyone who hears the words of the prophecy of this scroll: If anyone adds anything to them, God will add to that person the plagues described in this scroll. And if anyone takes words away from this scroll of prophecy, God will take away from that person any share in the tree of life and in the Holy City, which are described in this scroll." ~ Rev. 22: 18-19.
- Air: Mortal Choice
on March 21, 2012
I'm going to have to disagree with Scot Walker's review below. I thought this was a very well-written novelette. True, short sentences were present, but they weren't overused and they did serve to heighten the sense of urgency and suspense throughout the book. Just because a writer doesn't compose a story in a style you prefer, or a style that is unconventional to what most have been taught, doesn't mean it's wrong or even incorrect. It's simply that writer's particular style. All debating aside, I am not typically a big fan of zombie stories but I liked this one a lot. I'm looking forward to reading the first full novel in the series as well as any future books Mr. Esmont chooses to write. Keep up the good work!
- The Velveteen Kinkajou
on Oct. 19, 2012
This is blatant plagiarism! The "author" takes Margery Williams' classic children's book (The Velveteen Rabbit) and replaces every instance of "rabbit" with "kinkajou", and changes a few small things here and there and calls it his/her own work. C. Dorian has no right to assert his/her authorship of this work, and Smashwords should consider disallowing the work to be offered for download here, unless the author chooses to call it "fan fiction." An original work, it absolutely is not.