James R. Vernon was born and lives on the planet Earth. He holds a degree in teaching mathematics in junior and high schools, which has zero influence on his writing. Instead he has spent as much time as possible, from a time when he could handle somewhat complicated words, reading and enjoying fantasy novels.
Often stuck in long commutes for his job, James's imagination was free to create new worlds and stories. Through the assistance of family, friends, and some generous backers, James has been able to pursue his dream of sharing his stories with more then just the characters he has created.
When not writing, he can usually be found with those he holds most dear, teaching those that put more white in his hair every year, losing money playing poker, losing time in a good book or song, or completely lost in his own mind.
Oh, and obviously he tries to enjoy life as much as he can.
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The Three Moons Realm: Characters
by James Vernon
These five short stories follow a variety of characters that reside in the Three Moons Realm or the Abyss, a connected world created by one of the world's gods. Each story is a small look at the lives, locations, cultures, and history of the Three Moons Realm.
Wothlondia Rising: The Anthology
on Dec. 23, 2013
Wothlondia Rising: Distant Familiarity is an excellent first look into a new world created by author Gary Vanucci. Right off the bat the characters draw you in with their distinct and vastly different personalities. By following these characters up to the point where Gary Vanucci's first full novel, Covenant of the Faceless Knights, begins, you already feel invested in the characters and their future.
The story itself does a nice job of mixing in character development, a glimpse at this wide new world that Gary Vanucci has created, and also hints at both the world's past as well as the pasts of these aged adventurers. I am excited to began Covenant of the Faceless Knights in order to get a deeper look at the past of these interesting characters as well as what the future holds for them. If Covenant of the Faceless Knights is in any way as engaging as Wothlondia Rising: Distant Familiarity, then I know I will not only highly enjoy it, I will be rushing to read the other short stories written by Gary Vanucci in order to delve deeper into this world.