Something in the Genre
of Imagination

Home of science fiction and fantasy author
DJ Edwardson

Adventure on every page

Into the Vast

"The story draws you in and will not let go until the last page. Into the Vast is a tale of courage, hope and bravery. Daring escapades and adventures keep you engrossed, and I look forward to the next book in this series. A must-read!"

- Reader's Favorite

Awakening the Sentients favorite thing about this story is the gentle and inventive way that the author illustrates truth throughout the story.

- Author Jenelle Schmidt

Artificer's Apprentice

Concise, tight and well-imagined, the very language pulls the reader into comprehension all along the way. If you're looking for a highly crafted, imaginative, alien feeling world -- that somehow still feels familiar -- don't miss this fun read.

- Amazon Reviewer

Latest Release

The third and final book in The Chronotrace Sequence

Using the chronotrace, a device capable of looking back into time, Adan discovers the Developers' next point of attack, but a window to the past can’t prepare him for what the future has in store. He will have to risk his life, his future, and everything he’s fought for if he hopes to survive.

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Stories as big as the Universe

Recent Updates

A paperback guy in an ebook world

Ever feel out of place? Like a living fossil. Someone born out of time. That’s me more and more these days. So what’s a cultural backslider to do?

Stories Bring Peace

Stories bring peace in so many ways. Heard aloud they bring us together. Read alone they still the soul and quiet the mind.

Quote: The truth Fear tells…

The way we share truth is often as important as the truth we share. Thank you, Mr. MacDonald, for reminding me of that.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory book review

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a modern day classic and deservedly so. Here is my scrumpdilicious review.

Jots and Tittles #2: Today had more than enough life of its own

Editing notes, publication news, and a bout of second guessing syndrome.

Quote: dull pencil joke

A light hearted quote. Don’t take this “writing advice” too seriously. This dull pencil joke shows that even writers can poke fun at themselves.