James Spencer



James C.Spencer.
Born: Cardiff, Wales, 1944. Happily married 34 years. Travel writer, adventurer and videographer. Today, James and his wife Lydia, live in semi-retirement in Volcan, Panama, he still writes for several Panamanian news and current affairs publications.

“Jack Swan Adventures” came from bedtime stories composed some 40 years ago for daughter Xanthe, who still lives in Salisbury, England; locale for “Jack.”
Many of the stories use historic events. In book two: "Jack Swan Adventures - The Time Travel Disasters," the author uses his discovery of one of Mark Twain’s lost steamers on the Rio San Juan river, in Nicaragua. Also, in Panama the author researched how Albert Einstein may have helped in the rescue of Jewish families fleeing the Holocaust.

Currently, James is writing and researching the biography of Britain’s premiere parachutist; Elsa Spencer. David's childhood friend first parachuted from a balloon in 1901. Elsa was the inspiration for David and his brother to serve as paratroopers in the British Army.

James 14- year biographical odyssey of life in Central America; “The Accidental Adventure,” with true-life stories of mass murder, serial killers and political corruption will be ready in the spring of 2014.

Where to find James Spencer online


Jack Swan Adventures-The Time Travel Disasters
Series: Jack Swan Adventures, Book 2. Price: $1.00 USD. Words: 39,040. Language: British English. Published: January 20, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
Jack Swan Adventures - The Time Travel Disasters. Weird humour and social commentary on an overdose of laughing gas. These stories appeal to a wide range of ages from 9 to 99. The dozen or more full page photographs give this an almost 'comic-book-for-adults" feel. Can 'Jack Swan the Movie' be far
Jack Swan Adventures-The first Set of Disasters
Series: Jack Swan Adventures, Book 1. Price: $1.00 USD. Words: 31,300. Language: British English. Published: August 15, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » General
ridiculous comedy from britain, with a historical and scientific twist. almost a comic-book-for- adults, as there are many illustrations. the main character is a swan, who says that his ability to talk was because of an industrial accident. the science, is closer to reality rather than fantasy.

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