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About the author:
James Paige is a resident of southern California. He was born in 1978 in the back of a hippy bus. His early education includes a short stint in the public school system, and nine years at St. Argus School For The Suppression Of Children With Potentially Dangerous Telekinetic Powers. He attended the University of California at El Camino, where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Plausible Lies, with a minor in Computer Information Systems. In addition to writing fiction, James enjoys drawing, clay sculpture, digital art, pixel art, poetry, programming, hacking, kayaking, jogging, bowling, paintballing, spelunking, stiltwalking, open source advocacy, political apathy, time travel, Elvis impersonation, international espionage, sleeping in late, unlicensed amateur fire-eating, and describing himself in the third person.
The Dubious (But True) Tale Of My Death (And Everything That Preceded It)
The Dubious (But True) Tale of My Death (And All That Preceded It) - The invention of the rudder, the draining of the sea, the undead, immortality, and a leg of mutton.
Of Bombs and Puppies - Jury duty, running from the law, World Peace, and THE BOMB
MoonTower - "...and the Tower rose so far up into the sky that the soil of the Lul seemed like only a memory..."
Leviathan - A violent storm, an unspeakable horror, and the cold quiet depths.
Marble Game - A puzzle, a game of probability, played for life and death.
The Games at Utgard - A re-telling of a Norse myth; gods, giants, heroic games, and a suspiciously heavy sleeping cat
The Great American Novel - An epic, heart-rending, genre-defining tale of one man's struggle for identity, meaning in life, and coming of age. First penned by master storyteller James Paige on the back of a napkin in a Thai restaurant.
- Publication Date:
- 1441463402 / 9781441463401
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Fantasy / Short Stories