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Jon Teetsell

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What started as a trip to the hospital for the birth of my son, Aiden, turned into a journey into the world of Alorya.

I started writing as a method for soothing the nerves of a "brand new" dad and developed a love for it.

Currently a Technical Analyst for a Financial Software company, I write in my spare time in hopes that one day, my day job will become my hobby and my hobby will become my day job.

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Jon Teetsell It sounds weird, but I put a great deal of time and effort into a prologue which paved the way for the rest of the book. Problem: The prologue did not…moreIt sounds weird, but I put a great deal of time and effort into a prologue which paved the way for the rest of the book. Problem: The prologue did not make it into the final cut. The overall story that I had in mind was to solve the problem stated in the prologue. With that said, I am writing a sequel to Alorya which covers the untold events from a prologue which by rights, should not even exist. Exciting, right?!?(less)
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It was the small victories that Wilhelm savored most. As fate would have it, he managed to put together a nice string of victorieswhich made him a hero of his regiment. In the battle of Hanover Gorge, he accidentally stumbled upon the enemy trying to prepare an ambush for his team. Always one to act alone, he let his crossbow sing into the enemy ranks. Once the enemy had identified their attack... Read more of this blog post »
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A Mother's Birthday (Select)
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Description: I wrote this 3/9/06 for my mother as a gift for her birthday. As it turned out, it was on that day that my wife went into premature labor and on 3/10/06, we had my son Aiden. He shares the same birthday as my mother and became her birthday present. I forgot about this poem and never sent it to her.
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Melissa Thanks for the friend request! I haven't read any Terry Pratchett yet, but will soon be reading Small Gods (I think that's the right title) for my book club!

Looking forward to sharing more books with you,
Melissa
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Lynnea Thanks for the friend request!


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Jessi Thanks for the add! :)


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