Jake Grey is an unemployed aspiring writer (because it sounds better than "unemployed PC repair technician") from a small and very unpleasant town in a particularly uninteresting part of England. His hobbies include videogames, doomsday prepping, ethical non-monogamy and manly angst. He currently lives in a small and somewhat less unpleasant town in a particularly uninteresting part of England, having withdrawn from public life to spend more time with his serious mental health issues and crippling social anxiety.
What do you read for pleasure?
Anything and everything from SF to fantasy, crime thrillers, military fiction... Very few genres will I totally refuse to touch.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
My computer. I'm old-school like that; I was reading stories online when tablets were still called PDAs! In any case, e-readers are too single-purpose for their price and I don't care for Apple or Google, so that eliminates most tablets or phones.
How a Post-Apocalyptic Vampire Librarian Saved the World
on Feb. 11, 2019
Compelling characters, witty and self-aware dialogue, a successful touch of meta-humour and a really awesome action scene at the climax. The main character's constant air of exasperated world-weariness that he hides behind a veneer of cynicism and snark is enjoyably relatable, and (minor spoilers, sorry) the fact that there's a gay romance that's treated as no big deal is nice as well.