JRC Salter is an author, photographer, and general content creator from the Westcountry of England. In his spare time, he enjoys bookbinding, building with LEGO, playing video games, and reading.
His ultimate goal is to become a mega rich and famous author. And he will stop at nothing to achieve it. Until the new series of Doctor Who is out, then those plans will have to go on hold for a couple of months.
He is a keen player of Magic the Gathering and chess. However, this enjoyment does not translate into skill. Rather it involves a massive collection of cards and chess sets.
What do you read for pleasure?
I can be happy reading J K Rowling, or Charles Dickens, or Shakespeare. I will read things by other indies, or film and TV tie ins. Recently I've discovered the excellent lore for the trading card game Magic the Gathering. I've also picked up many compilations by Delphi Classics, a publisher that collects entire bodies of works by single authors into ebooks, many of which are long out of print. Highly recommended.
My favourite author though, has to be Stephen King. The way he writes is infinitely entertaining. His conversational style feels like he's telling you a scary story by the campfire.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
My iPhone. I like to read on my iPad as it's larger, but it's an older model and is thus very slow. Plus, I'd only use it for reading so it's an extra device that I don't need.
I still have a fondness for my Kindle, but again, it's an older version and cannot hold the all the books I want.
The Sassanian Empire is ruled by a ruthless King who marries a different woman every night and orders her execution the next morning. With the population running thin of potential brides, Ismail is tasked with finding the new queen
So when his own daughter offers to marry the king herself, Ismail is horrified. She has a plan, though. She can save herself. She can save her father. And she can save every woman who still draws breath in the Empire.
And it all begins with a story.
Prophets foretell the arrival of the Devil’s Emissary. He will topple nations upon his arrival, and his power will cloak the world in darkness. Fate has recruited a solitary girl to ward off this destruction. First, though, she needs to confront her ideas of reality.
A series of three stand alone books. Each one chronicles the life of a particular character, and their importance to this pivotal stage of history.
The Calnis Chronicles.
The once great realm of Calnis lies in ruins. Few know of its existence except in fairy tales and myths. Older even than the nation itself is the ancient power that still lies beneath the capital — a power that must never be wielded.
Today the nation's legacy lives on through the Tarimain, immortal soldiers fighting for the good of all existence. But the forces of Hell are intent on reigniting the war that began before time itself. A war between Gods and Mortals that will lay waste to the Twelve Worlds.
The Calnis Chronicles is a series of novels, short stories, and other ephemera. The main collection will consist of four series.
The Sassanian Empire is ruled by a ruthless King who marries a different woman every night and orders her execution the next morning. With the population running thin of potential brides, Scheherazade has a plan. She can save herself. She can save her father. And she can save every woman who still draws breath in the Empire.
And it all begins with a story.
Luke has reached his mid sixties and is already feeling the strains of immortality, but something happens to break up the boredom, a murderer who drains his victims of blood. Soon, he, Sarah and Atharron are on the trail of a demon.
The fifth Chronicle in the Tarimain series.
Having heard of a demon in the trenches, David and Luke are sent to the Western Front to investigate, and find an army of soldiers bearing wounds that should kill mortal men.
The third Chronicle in the Tarimain series.
Having escaped an ambush, Luke must discover who, or what, is controlling the police. But is he willing to put his recently discovered immortality on the line for his new allies?
The second Chronicle in the Tarimain series.
Plymouth, England, 1887
When his friend's wife is murdered by a monstrous wolf, Luke seeks it out to avenge her death, but is arrested for the killings. His only hope to avoid the noose is a mysterious woman who claims to be immortal.
Sixteen year old Allison has definite plans for her future. A Fender Stratocaster, to marry her childhood sweetheart, and the cover of Rolling Stone is all she wants. So when a new school friend tells her she is to be God's warrior, and a black cloaked woman enters her life with murderous intentions, she fears her dreams will soon evaporate.