Jeremy Helton


Hello. I'm sure there are more profound clever ways to start a bio, but that's not who I am. I am an aspiring writer who just finished his first book. I have plans of writing more books in the future just as soon as school finishes out and life slows down.
Writing isn't everything I do. I also like to do regular people stuff like play video games and read. I stream on Twitch when I get the urge, hang out with my family. I am also retired military, I put that down here because it is something I am proud of and something that is important but I do not want it to be seen as who I am. Lots of things that I'm probably not thinking of as well, but if you made it this far; Kudos to you! and thank you for reading

Smashwords Interview

What's the story behind your latest book?
An American soldier is transported to a dimension where the gods have warriors fight for territory. He has to deal with the trauma of his new situation while learning the rules of his new existence.
What motivated you to become an indie author?
Reading. The somewhat longer answer is that I am a medically retired veteran with a few physical issues, so reading is a large part of how I take myself away from that. It got to the point that I was reading 3-4 full-length fantasy books a week and ended up running into a lot of indie writers I enjoyed. After a while, I realized that I had the time and want to try and get the stories in my brain out there, so I did.
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Where to find Jeremy Helton online


Hold the Line: Crash course.
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 84,380. Language: English. Published: December 11, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Apocalyptic
What comes after we die? Does what we do in life decide what happens after? For most of us, the question lingers, for others the answer is much closer. Thag is a Soldier who discovers that his afterlife is a bit different than others, but almost exactly what he was hoping it would be; constant battle with quantifiable results of whether you are making the world better or not.

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apocalypse    elf    fantasy    fiction    litrpg    military