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Jim Bernheimer

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Jim lives in Chesapeake, Virginia with his wife Kim, and daughters Laura and Marissa. By day, he works as a Systems Administrator on a government contract and runs his own side Information Technology consulting firm, EJB Networking, which can be found at www.ejbnetworking.com

Blessed (or cursed depending on your point of view) with an overactive imagination, Jim has long been a fan of Science Fiction and Fantasy. Seeking to put that imagination to use, he has started to write his own orginal works in hopes of making his mark on the literary world.

Jim's literary influences include well known writers such as Robert Heinlein, Edgar Allen Poe, J.R.R Tolkien, and the not so well-known C.T. Westcott.

Average rating: 4.05 · 8,005 ratings · 706 reviews · 30 distinct works · Similar authors
Confessions of a D-List Sup...

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Origins of a D-List Supervi...

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Secrets of a D-List Supervi...

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Pennies for the Ferryman (D...

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Rider (Spirals of Destiny #1)

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The Human by Janine K. Spendlove
The Human (War of the Seasons, #1)
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In the interests of full disclosure, I am friends with the author and we run into each other at science fiction/fantasy conventions all over the mid-Atlantic.

It's a solid 4 star Young Adult fantasy offering that doesn't have any strong language, exce
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The Adventures of Don Valiente and the Apache Canyon Kid by Mary W. Walters
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In the interest of full disclosure I am Facebook friends with both authors, but I am also Facebook friends with several hundred other people, many of them are also writers. They provided a complimentary electronic copy of the book for me to review.

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Apocalypse Z by Manel Loureiro
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It's a good zombie tale. I was especially entertained at how the author took on the zombie survival tropes and poked holes in them on several occasions in the book. I also enjoyed how the author used Spain as the setting instead of either a warzone o ...more
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Technomancer by B.V. Larson
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This is the first novel from the author I've read, but I've heard good things about his Star Force series. It's got kind of a supernatural noir style to it that I enjoyed. The main character is relatable. I didn't like that he only made a half-hearte ...more
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Distant Star by Joe Ducie
Distant Star (The Reminiscent Exile, #1)
by Joe Ducie (Goodreads Author)
read in March, 2013
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I don't give out a lot of five star reviews. My criteria is when I finish a book and think, "I wish I had wrote that." If I do, then the book gets five stars. Joe Ducie's Distant Star gets five stars from me.

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Confessions of a D-List Supervillain by Jim Bernheimer
"A fun read from start to finish. Not blessed with any special powers, Calvin Stringel is a superhero everyone can root for. He uses his brains and guile to battle the good guys, the bad guys and everything in between. He approaches the challenges..." Read more of this review »
The Skinwalker Conspiracies by Jim Bernheimer
"This was a good read. If anything, it was better than the first in the series, which was also a pretty good book. The paranormal genre is getting full of romance and half-ass attempts at something new, so when an author actually does find an unexp..." Read more of this review »
Pennies for the Ferryman by Jim Bernheimer
"Short and simple, I have yet to be disappointed by any book Jim has written."
Confessions of a D-List Supervillain by Jim Bernheimer
" I am glad you enjoyed the story so much. There are two sequels and a prequel planned. Hopefully, they will entertain you just as much. "
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“I suppose settling an argument with tear gas is poor sportsmanship”
Jim Bernheimer, Confessions of a D-List Supervillain
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“I suppose settling an argument with tear gas is poor sportsmanship, but Athena and her ilk consider me a warm body, good for shit like this.”
Jim Bernheimer, Confessions of a D-List Supervillain

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