Born in a small town in Tennessee in 1975, Jeremy Hill is a lifelong comics lover, metal-head and a D&D fanatic. He crafts epic backdrops for his fantasy and horror characters to play against, much in the vein of J.R.R. Tolkien or Robert E. Howard - knowing that a rich world with a rich history will usually write it’s own stories.

Jeremy has been writing since the late 90’s, always with an eye on being published someday. His first book, a book of poetry titled "Heavy Metal: Rock ’n’ Roll Poetry" captures feelings of loss, heartbreak and disillusionment like much of the lyrics to the songs he grew up listening to. His other works touch on subjects ranging from the bizarre to the surreal and even horrific.

He is fascinated with the swords and sorcery genre and despite downplaying it always finds himself drawn to vampires and the undead and in fact many of his works feature such creatures.

The idea for Nowhere Man came from the thought of "what if you woke up one day and discovered there was no one else in the world? No one to call, no one on the streets... no one."

What would you do? Where would you go? How would you make it on your own? Would it drive you crazy?