Ricardo Jasso Moedano

Biography

In a nutshell: I was born and raised in Mexico city; studied Communication at a private University; worked in the advertising industry and served the Department of Education. Later on I spent almost two years in Dublin, where I earned a Higher Diploma in Journalism and Media, also gaining the confidence to pursue what I always craved - and ever since the fall of 2010, I have devoted myself entirely to the fulfilment of a literary career.

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Books

Stargazer: Una sátira rock (Libro II)
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Series: Una sátira rock, II. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 29,580. Language: Spanish. Published: January 10, 2013. Category: Fiction » Literature » Coming of age
Adrián Flodden y la Hell Patrol están de regreso en esta precuela donde la música de Thin Lizzy, Def Leppard, Kiss, Dokken y Bon Jovi entre muchos otros, cuenta las peripecias, conflictos, secretos y fantasías de la gente de Bleakstone, sugiriendo, al evocar historias de autores consagrados, que las relaciones modernas se rigen, paradójicamente, por patrones de antaño.
Stargazer: Una sátira rock (Libro I)
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Series: Una sátira rock, I. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 31,320. Language: Spanish. Published: January 10, 2013. Category: Fiction » Literature » Coming of age
Esta novela mezcla drama y comedia en la vida de su protagonista (un chaval de 23 años que adora los discos, los libros y las mujeres de 30) para exponer la filosofía de un grupo de fanáticos del heavy metal - quienes le hallan sentido al mundo mediante canciones de sus bandas favoritas: AC/DC, Iron Maiden, Wasp, Judas Priest, Dangerous Toys, etc.
Stargazer: A rock satire (Book II)
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Series: A rock satire, Book 2. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 27,590. Language: English. Published: December 19, 2012. Category: Fiction » Literature » Coming of age
Adrian Flodden and the Hell Patrol are back in this prequel where the music of Thin Lizzy, Def Leppard, Kiss, Dokken and Bon Jovi among many other bands, tells the mishaps, conflicts, fantasies and secrets of the cast, suggesting, as this narrative evokes stories by consecrated authors, that modern relationships are, paradoxically, ruled by patterns of yore.
Stargazer: A rock satire (Book I)
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Series: A rock satire, Book 1. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 31,110. Language: English. Published: August 16, 2011. Category: Fiction » Literature » Coming of age
Adrian Flodden, 23, is crazy for heavy metal, literature, and for women of 30 -although the latter only bring trouble. While his articles on a magazine draw attention to his favourite writers, his college radio show upsets and uplifts his audience due to the singular thoughts he vents and the songs he plays to back these up. Drama and comedy mingle with loads of loud bands in this amusing novel.

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  • Mind Melding on Aug. 22, 2011

    I had just signed up for this site when I came across the title "Mind Melding" and, on reading its description, I resolved to make it my very first purchase. Glad I did so! It is a short yet quite ingenious tale which I would insist on taking to the big screen. It has all the elements for a marvellous futuristic thriller. M.M. Kent, pal, if you allow me to say it, I felt your book ended rather abruptly, though - your theme must be revisited and explored further. How about writing a sequel, telling stories of other inmates and the crooked system within the facility? At any rate, I am really impressed and will spread the word among the people who may appreciate this as I do.
  • The Collected Bartleby and James Adventures (Galvanic Century 1) on Dec. 12, 2012

    A rather stiff price for an ebook that's just about 36,000 words long, was my first thought, yet it took Michael Coorlim only a few lines to hook me due to his eloquent while not overly florid style (reminiscent of the authors that lived in the same age in which these tales are set), hence no sooner did I reach the end of the free sample of the first tale herein contained ("And they called her spider"), than I bought this collection where the four stories are equally marvellous since they're swift, intriguing and ingenious, plus there is a pertinent social commentary that drives each of them. A brilliant work indeed!