Jesse Habbick


Jesse Habbick graduated from Full Sail University in 2014, earning a B.F.A. in Creative Writing for Entertainment. He currently works for a company supporting adults with disabilities and loves every minute of it. Jesse looks to his family to keep him centered, down to earth and sane. He believes that he gains strength and perspective through writing about the things that scare him the most, namely monsters and the loss of loved ones. Jesse enjoys spending time with his friends and family, his two cats and two dogs (yes, they get along, usually), playing video games, listening to music, hiking, fishing, cooking, eating, and horror movies. His favorite authors are J.K. Rowling, H.P. Lovecraft, Bram Stoker, Terry Prachett, David Gemmell, Brian Jacques, Max Brooks and Bill Watterson. His favorite movie is Mars Attacks!

Smashwords Interview

What are your five favorite books, and why?
My first favorite book is World War Z, by Max Brooks. I love it because of the brutally honest portrayal of the human condition.
My second favorite book is Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, by You Know Who... It was the first book I voluntarily read after high school, and it showed me that books can be awesome.
My third favorite book is The First Chronicles of Druss the Legend, by David Gemmell. I love the absolute undying loyalty and fortitude of Druss's character.
My fourth favorite book is Mariel of Redwall, by Brian Jacques. I have many fond memories of my mother reading the Redwall series to me as a child, and this book started it all.
My fifth favorite book is Dracula, by Bram Stoker. It is unique that all the information of the book is portrayed through letters to/from the characters. I love the atmosphere and story Stoker created. It is a masterpiece.
Describe your desk
My desk is actually a 3x3 folding card table. I have my laptop bag, various writing technique books, a Japanese to English dictionary, lamp, game controller, D&D and MTG stuff all crammed on top of it. I also have a chair! For sitting!
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Where to find Jesse Habbick online


If This Isn't, I Don't Know What Is.
Price: Free! Words: 1,210. Language: English. Published: March 1, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories, Fiction » Adventure » Action
An elf races for survival as he considers the definition of irony.

Jesse Habbick's tag cloud

elf    fantasy    horror    irony    werewolf