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J. I. Rogers is green-eyed, ginger-haired, caffeine addict who is currently working on ‘The 942 Series’ of science fiction novels.
When not acting as a conduit for the voices in her head, she’s a poster child for Gen X and the Queen of most boondoggles that lead to eye-strain and tinnitus.
Q & A:
Q: What do I consider my ‘tools of the trade’?
A: Pen, paper, fingers, computer, Wacom Cintiq and my squishy brain.
Q: I’ve boldly stated that I’m an author, what now?
A: The plan is to publish the books, then adapt them into graphic novels. I can’t ‘plan’ for them to be a hit, but that doesn’t mean I’m not keeping my fingers crossed.
Q: What is ‘Tamyrh’?
A: Tamyrh is the name of the planet I’ve set my dystopian space-opera series on.
Q: And 942 – how is it relevant?
A: It is a number that holds a deep, almost subliminal meaning for the main character.
Q: When did I start this project?
A: I began this series in October of 2012, and had the rough drafts for two novels by the spring of 2013.
Q: Do I have an online presence?
A: I can be found lurking online as J. I. Rogers, Mythspinner Studios, and variations on Tamyrh-942. Scribophile knows me as Jenn Rogers.
Q: How many novels has this developed into?
A: There are eight novels at the moment, and a plethora of short stories.
- The Korpes File
- The Interview (*Aug 2017 release to beta-readers)
- Into The Seep (*Jan 2018 release to beta-readers)
- Tales From The BBS
- Tamyrh Zero
- The Shard
- Clan Destine
- Clan Evora
(*Note: these dates are relative).
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