JP Paul

Biography

J.P. Paul is a writer of British, North and South American descent. Living in diverse cultures helped mold uniquely nuanced perspectives and enriched his visual-verbal dialog. Prior to creating his first works of fiction, Paul worked as a features reporter for international news publications in South America & the Caribbean. After an unfulfilling foray into corporate life, he returned to writing. JP contributes regularly to information services dedicated to visual & literary arts as well as contemporary education, progressive think tanks and alternative imaging groups. When not working, JP is most likely to surface near a beach or mountaintop with his family. If there’s a friendly neighborhood pub nearby that welcomes canines and offers comfortable loungers with three dimensional views, all the better!

Other fictional works and feature essays by JP Paul include Empty the Nest, Only Indigo, Crack/ed, Empty the Nest, Plight of the Campesino, Saving the Lakes, Finding Huntington’s Cure and Take the Dance.

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Books

Rattle: When Even Wealth Misses the Itch
Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 98,860. Language: English. Published: November 8, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary, Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
Rattle is a feisty, multi-layered family saga set in Southern Florida and Jamaica where rural farmers, corporate button-downs, art world bohemians and technology millennials clash over property, bodies and conflicting agendas. A timely comedy-drama, follow the Proctars through betrayal, a corporate ruse and foreign gambits that expose the dangers of cultural naiveté.

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arts    bohemian    comedy drama    conflict    contemporary    family saga    florida    jamaica    visual arts