Jeff Deck is an indie author and editor who lives in southern Maine with his fiancee, Jane, and their dog, Burleigh. He writes science fiction, fantasy, and horror.
Deck's new book is the sci-fi gaming adventure novel "Player Choice." Deck is also the author, with Benjamin D. Herson, of the nonfiction book "The Great Typo Hunt: Two Friends Changing the World, One Correction at a Time" (Crown/Random House). His freelancing work includes writing and editing dialogue for the video game "Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor."
In 2008, Deck took a road trip across the U.S. with friends to fix typos in signage and nearly wound up in federal prison. He enjoys speculative fiction, video games, and plundering from the past.
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The Pseudo-Chronicles of Mark Huntley
by Jeff Deck
Blogging the end of the human race: The Pseudo-Chronicles of Mark Huntley is a political horror story told through a blog in Washington D.C., during the 2004 election. If you like the pulse-pounding, scream-inducing tales of Stephen King, and smart, funny first-person narration like in The Martian, you'll love meeting Mark Huntley.
by Jeff Deck
It's 2040, and game designer Glen Cullather has a plan for the most ambitious virtual-reality game ever imagined. But as he begins to jump among alternate realities in his own life, Glen must figure out what's real and what's fantasy—for his own survival. Player Choice is a fast-paced gaming sci-fi adventure that dares to ask: What happens when unreality becomes our reality?
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