Screenwriter, playwright, and now author, Jonathan Winn was born in Seattle and raised in Winlock, a small town of barely 1,000 brave souls in Western Washington State. After living in Los Angeles for the better part of a decade, and desperate for four seasons instead of constant sun, he moved to New York City where he lived in Greenwich Village with his two dogs. But after almost twenty years, the pull of family led him back to the Northwest where he now lives very happily in Seattle.
Like most writers, every word Jonathan writes is accompanied by endless cups of coffee with lots of milk and sugar (the ratio changing depending on whether he slept five hours or six hours the night before). He's also regarded as politely relentless by his friends, unbearably annoying by his enemies, and recently discovered he makes a mean fried chicken, often used to placate those aforementioned annoyed ones.
Martuk ... The Holy is his first book. But not his last. You've been warned. :^)
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Red and Gold, Book Three, The Martuk Series
by Jonathan Winn
Series: The Martuk, Book 3.
Approx. 16,040 words.
Published on September 11, 2013.
On the verge of accepting the coveted red and gold robes of a Priest, a young acolyte learns the horrible truth behind his powerful brethren who rule the ancient city of Uruk from the almighty Temple.
The Elder: Book Two, The Martuk Series
by Jonathan Winn
Series: The Martuk, Book 2.
Approx. 13,020 words.
Published on August 15, 2012.
Driven to rule and afraid to die, a powerful Priest sacrifices all in pursuit of "an end that never ends" from a Darkness older than Time.
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