Jon Wood


Jon Wood was born in Manchester, UK in 1973. He studied in Edinburgh and completed a masters degree in Stirling, Scotland, before moving to Chile.

He has written four books to date. The first was "Utility" completed in 2002, a fictional novel involving car crime in Manchester. His second novel, "Genesis", was completed in 2005 and is the story of a geneticist involved in cloning humans. This was originally written in English but has been translated for publication in Spanish.

Jon then wrote a technical book on carp fishing called "Carp Fishing Science", before returning to fiction with "Ten Days", a science fiction romance available as an ebook.

He currently lives in Viña del Mar, Chile, and has a daughter, Joanne.

Where to find Jon Wood online


"Génesis" by Jon Wood on CHV TV
This is following the launch of my second novel "Génesis". The book is covered on the CHV TV channel by the famous Chilean literature critic, Alejandro Guillier.


Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 76,040. Language: Spanish. Published: April 15, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General, Fiction » Romance » General
Despúes de verse involucrado en un espionaje industrial en Inglaterra, el científico Frank Roslin llega a la tranquilidad del sur de Chile para empezar una nueva vida y un nuevo proyecto. En camino hacia una meta profesional que podría cambiar el mundo, debe superar las barreras culturales e idiomáticas y, al mismo tiempo, estar junto a la mujer que ama.
Ten Days
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 182,280. Language: English. Published: April 5, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General, Fiction » Adventure » General
More than ten millennia have passed since Manitou left the dying planet Earth following “the event” and on board is a small population hoping to reach and colonise the surface of E2. Among the crew, one man has his mind set on preventing the ship from completing her mission.

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amor    chile    ciencia    espanol    genetica    genetics    love    murder    romance    science    space