J.M. Bardsley

Biography

Jb currently lives on a hill not far from the coast on the eastern side of the smallest continent on earth. When it’s very quiet and still at night you can even hear the roar of the pacific ocean, or maybe it’s the highway? no, let’s say it’s the ocean. She has vivid dreams, particularly when she eats peanuts. Oh, and she lives under a hat, because she likes hats, maybe because it feels slightly safer there, and maybe because when one is wearing a hat, one is ready for just about anything.

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Books

The Memory of Blue Sky
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 186,120. Language: English. Published: October 12, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic, Fiction » Science fiction » Apocalyptic
What begins as a film crew’s bold expedition to document surviving bastions of civilization across a fracturing earth, soon grows to be more as their flight intersects with an old soldier’s journey to find his long lost daughter, a nation’s hope for an impossible future and the fate of one who may hold the key to it all. In 3 parts: The Engineer's Daughter, The Last Guide & The Empress of Shorakai
The Captain, the Avaeste and the King
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 132,610. Language: Australian English. Published: May 26, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Stolen from their usual afternoon at the tavern in the port town of Althorn, a crew of sailors find themselves caught up in a desperate quest that takes them far beyond the seas they know, up into the wide Aethermarinus - with a boy captain determined to find the elusive Carex Argentius, to repay a debt. You might like this story if you enjoyed tales like Narnia or anime like Howl's Moving Castle.

J.M. Bardsley's tag cloud

adventure    age 10 upwards    boy hero    bravery    brokenness    clean fiction    epic    exciting    fantasy    hope    innocence    love    other world    pirates    sea adventure    searching