Hey guys,

My name's Jeremiah. I'm a US Army Veteran currently working in the industry of Geographical Information Systems. However, I've always had a passion for the written word. When I was a younger adult, I wrote song lyrics and music and even self produced my own CD which was featured on Itunes. After joining the military, during my initial entry training, I was searching for something to keep my mind occupied because we weren't allowed to have any electronics during training. After a few weeks of being cooped up in my barracks room, I began writing. Initially I thought it would just be nothing, but seven years later I've finally finished my first fantasy novel.

I'm currently posting it on here as I finish proofing each chapter to get some feedback from fellow fantasy genre enthusiasts! Some of my other hobbies aside from escaping to far off realms of magic and faeries, are playing video games, hiking and camping, and other adventurous stuff.

If you like my stuff, please feel free to let me know! If course, I'll welcome any feedback as a chance for improvement.
  • Ione, California
  • JoinedJanuary 15, 2019


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Eternalautumnfire Eternalautumnfire Jun 08, 2020 06:00PM
The Dragon's Valkyrie has been getting read very steadily which is absolutely amazing. Today it reached the 15,000 read mark!Thank you to all those who've been enjoying the story! I know some of yo...
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