J.D. Vincent


Jess Vincent here, letting you guys know a little bit about me. I've been writing poems,short stories, and other things for many years. This stemmed from my love to write and being a dungeon master for years playing Dungeons and Dragons with friends. I used to keep my stories and tales of interest private, but with friends and family egging me to go out and see where it takes me in the world. I finally decided to do just that and bash all my fears and doubts into the dirt. Being a family man, I felt it was important for me to actually try to branch out with my life long passions and desires. To show my kids that reaching out and trying to share your talents is never a bad thing.

Smashwords Interview

Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
Yes I do it was Exile by R.A. Salvadore and I loved every page in it. It was written so well and kept me engaged! Being a Dungeons and Dragons player didn't matter while I was reading it. I got lost in the intertwining story arcs and action plus the character development was amazing to me.
What are your five favorite books, and why?
Five favorite books now this is a challenging one. I would have to say Stephen Kings Skeleton Crew this book was an awesome collection of short stories to me and kept me wrapped up in the pages(The Mist was my favorite), Stephen Kings The Stand brilliant book showing how normal humans truly can make a difference if they stand up and fight, R.A.Salvatore Exile my first fantasy book I can recall. Never being without since its discovery to me. Laurell K. Hamilton Circus of the Damned I love her sexy supernatural world. The Circus of the Damned was epic to me. The protagonist had so much on her plate she couldn't take one step without running into a problem. Dan Brown's Angels and Demons the fact it dove into the realistic nature and secrecy of humans, the whole religious propaganda with political affairs. I felt Dan Brown was really pushing on a subject most dared not to for fear of ridicule. Inspiring work to me.
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Days Gone By
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 17,890. Language: English. Published: August 10, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Supernatural, Fiction » Horror » Weird fiction
Join in the odd tale of teenager Danny and his strange predicament of horrific reoccurring nightmares. Mystery, suspense, and horror await him each time he sleeps. Trying to juggle a normal life with these strange dreams is taking its toll on him. Does he have the willpower and fortitude to keep on going? Will he find the aid he needs in this supernatural dilemma? Only days going by will tell.

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