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CollectionsYour library (63)


Tagshauntings (1), composition studies (1), astral projection (1), unconventional writing methods (1), gender studies (1), telepathy (1), legends (1), utopia (1), feminist (1), demons (1) — see all tags

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About meMy novel, "Cursed" is available from World Castle Publishing.

My upcoming science fiction novel, "Daughter of Zeus", will be available later this year from Champagne Book Group.

Currently, I released a self-published work of post-apocalyptic fiction, "A Gray Life", exclusively on Amazon.

Now that I've shamelessly plugged my books, we can move on.

Horror, science fiction and fantasy are my favorite genres to write/read. Stephen King is a major influence of mine (you're probably shaking your head, as you've heard it a hundred times before. There's a reason he's cited so often). My other influences include Margaret Atwood, Anne Rice, Elizabeth Hadyon, H.G. Wells, Orson Wells, Isaac Asimov, Philip K. Dick, Ursula K. LeGuin, Joanna Russ, and Ray Bradbury.

Like a lot of people, I love the idea of travel, but the furthest I've been is a cruise to the Bahamas years ago. If I had the money, I would be on my fourth trip to Europe and/or Japan, telling you about the amazing people I'd met there. As it stands, I am sitting at my computer in Atlanta, glad to be in a city full of life, inspiration, and at times, full of questionable places and people.

Currently, I'm at work on my fourth novel, "Obsolution", a speculative sci-fi project that explores gender roles.

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Favorite authorsMargaret Atwood, Ursula K. Le Guin, Joanna Russ, H. G. Wells (Shared favorites)


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Real nameJonina Louisa Stump

LocationTampa, FL

Account typepublic, free

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Member sinceApr 30, 2013

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