Overview

The Third Series in our Shift Saga fins our shifter in the mind of a kindergartner named Dick Puny, who has come face to face with his first lesson in sheer terror, Role Call.
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Role Call (Shift)

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Overview

The Third Series in our Shift Saga fins our shifter in the mind of a kindergartner named Dick Puny, who has come face to face with his first lesson in sheer terror, Role Call.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012320520
  • Publisher: International Mobile Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/30/2011
  • Series: Shift , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 154 KB

Meet the Author

Jay grew up in a wealthy family as a young child. His parents however would see to it that their kids attended public school so that they would not feel they were better than the other children. As a boy, jay was particularly neat. He always had things planned out, or a schedule to stay fit, but never let those qualities interfere with his over active imagination. He started writing at the age of ten. Tall tales he would construct from movies he would see or stories he would hear from his father. As he grew into a teenager his family settled quaintly into southern middle class, and his father's work abroad would have them move many times among the South East United States. This gypsy like attribute to his teen years colored him culturally, as he was forced to change high schools more than 4 times.
At 17 his interest in school work had dimiinshed completely and he was already a budding entrepeneur. Getting his G.E.D. and serving in the U.S. Navy along side BuDS class 243 was but one adventure of his youth. Constantly he stayed engulfed in the art ninjutsu and practical Earth magics. Tinkering in phoilosopshy and religion, and finding adequate similarities across the globe, though gaping distances separated their past, he became intrigued in connecting these strange occurences.
His writting career, especially his earliest works, reflects this in every sense. From works on martial arts to joke books, he genuinely longs to bring humanity into harmony on the planet, and see in his lifetime the world speaking with a single voice of praise and love.
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