Me

J. Graham-Jones

Author of WITHERFIST and 1000 FACES. Sci-fi and fantasy fanatic. Software developer. The J stands for Jenny.
J. is the author of
What’s in a name? In the Last Empire, a name is the most powerful weapon you can possess.
In a paranoid near-future where every private part of the internet is public, people hide their identities behind digital masks. Desperate for intimacy in this impersonal world, a mask designer risks everything to feel close to another human being.
The Wizard in the Tower-Block: contemporary magic, anti-social orders on vampires and Stepford Were-Wives
Tooth-fairy warriors, recovering a tooth and making it into a helmet / crown is a rite of passage
For all the boys who came back from the Great War as men, John Armstrong was the only one who came back with wolf blood in his veins.
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Check out my entry into the Nerdist sci-fi contest!
In a paranoid near-future where every private part of the internet is public, people hide their identities behind digital masks. Desperate for intimacy in this impersonal world, a mask designer risks everything to feel close to another human being.
Such a cool concept with unique execution, in 2nd person. Meissner is an engaging, creative author and I've no doubt that Mutants: Uprising will be a brilliant read.
It’s hard to be the ’good guy’ when you lead the local cell of the League, a terrorist organization. Gang warfare turns out to be the least of your worries when shadowy organizations start targeting your friends.
The sample chapters are charming and magical. Looking forward to reading more!
A young boy with supernatural powers, a time traveller with a magical watch, and a small English town called Little Oakley, which is under siege from a demonic entity, are inexplicably linked to events in a future world on the brink of apocalypse.
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