Dead Means Dead: The Prequel by J.S. Wayne (part one)

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About J.S. Wayne

J. S. Wayne has lived, worked, or traveled in approximately two thirds of the United States, and has amassed a resume that could kindly be described as “eclectic.” He currently resides in the Texas Panhandle with his wife, a vicious attack cat, and a puppy who thinks that socks are a threat to national security. In his laughably sparse spare time, he enjoys strategy games, scary movies, reading, and collecting obsolete weapons. He loves receiving fan mail of all kinds and can be reached at his website, http://www.wix.com/jswaynesite/herebemonsters. J.S is a contributor to numerous writing websites, including writing.com and writerscafe.org. Additionally, he has written articles for Suite101.com (Twilight: Demise of the Modern Vampire?), wordpreneur.com (One Or One Hundred Million) and ezinearticles.com (Are The Undead Dead As A Vehicle For Literary Expression?). Recently, he was featured as the Spotlight Artist for the week of January 3, 2011 on www.gettingdiscovered.net. His work has also been featured on Webpoet.org, writerscafe.org, and writing.com. His short stories have won numerous prizes and awards on writing.com, and one such story, "Angels Would Fall," has been contracted by Noble Romance Publishing to be released in April. His first novel, Shadowphoenix: Requiem. is currently available on www.lulu.com. He just completed his second novel, Wail, and is currently hard at work on multiple writing projects, including a nascent graphic novel.
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5 Responses to Dead Means Dead: The Prequel by J.S. Wayne (part one)

  1. Ren Thompson says:

    Goodness. You are such a tease.

  2. Ellie Heller says:

    Yeowza. And you say it’s only going to get hotter. Whew!

  3. Pingback: Random Guest: J.S. Wayne « Limecello

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