J.A. Biggs


J.A. Biggs is a novelist, former Capitol Hill staffer in Washington, former Israeli Defense Forces paratrooper, security contractor, and international relations expert. He dearly loves stories involving knights and dragons, and also giant robots. So far, he has managed to write one with knights and dragons, but the giant robots are still forthcoming.
Having lived on four Continents and visited over a dozen countries, he has plenty of fodder for events, places, characters, and situations to draw from.
J.A.Biggs grew up in California, but currently resides in Jerusalem, Israel. His greatest literary influences are Hemingway and Stanley Kubrick, and yes, he knows Kubrick was not a writer.

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Price: $5.00 USD. Words: 66,280. Language: English. Published: August 14, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » Satire
This may or may not be the Greatest Novel Ever Written. Something Evil is taking place at a book fair. Sinister forces prepare to destroy Literature As We Know It. Only a motley group of writers can defeat this impending doom, but first they have to figure out who the protagonist is. Dealing with the ghost might help. Cooking 200 pounds of hash into brownies definitely won't. Also; Bob is real.

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