J.P. Yager (1982-present) was born in Sacramento, California where he was fortunate enough to get stationed at by the Air Force (Travis AFB). He's a fan of Star Wars, Star Trek, Mass Effect, Elder Scrolls, Marvel, Batman, Playstation, Calvin and Hobbes, and such things as that. He's happily married to his beautiful and supportive wife, Justine. His mantra to life is live every moment to its fullest and have as much fun as you can for as long as you can.
He currently has one goofy dog, Noodle, two cats, and an annoying bird, Hermie (his wife keeps bringing home animals). He hopes you enjoy his work and looks forward to releasing more as soon as he writes it.
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(4.00 from 1 review)
A fugitive from the cops boards a train that isn't the getaway it appears to be.
A crew of super villain henchmen concoct a scheme to finally see success. But can they actually do it?
A comedy about the silliness of superheroes and super villains.
(4.00 from 1 review)
Sometimes time just gets away from us. Brandon Halverson knows this all too well as a man eternally late. Ironically, he's pulled through time to serve a malicious future Earth. One hell bent on using time travelers to aid them in destroying innocent life. Now Brandon has to figure out how to escape before his time literally runs out.
(3.00 from 1 review)
Friends meet to celebrate the life of one of their old comrades who had passed long ago. The evening goes from playing board games to sharing scary stories. The only thing is one tale will turn out to be true.
(5.00 from 1 review)
Reza finds the afterlife isn’t all he thought it was supposed to be. As he watches the world continue on without him, he discovers his longtime girlfriend had been cheating on him. Unfortunately he’s dead. Then an odd ally tells him there is a secret way back to the world of the living. Now Reza can get his revenge, that is, if he can pass three unusual tests.
Haden Maxwell is scared someone knows he’s been dealing drugs. He is directed to go to a diner where he meets a mysterious woman who knows all about his dark past and informs him he must make an impossible choice. The path he walks from then on brings him to the man who ruined his life and a past he thought he had buried.
A darkness is tearing through the universe, devouring everything in its path. A legendary device known as the Void Star may be the last hope to stop it, but its missing. An evil empire is willing to destroy worlds in order to find it as a ragtag crew rescues an alien that knows where it is. Time is running out to find the star as the darkness closes in to consume them all.
(2.50 from 2 reviews)
This is a short story about a quirky FBI consultant who has to find the person responsible for a string of bank robberies while being plagued with the voice his dead father, his stony boss, and himself.
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- My Luck Changed
on Nov. 14, 2011
It's good. I can feel the writer's pain. My critique is that it needs to be cleaned up a little, different word usage/tense. All in all, nice work. I don't even like poems that much.