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Jason J. McCuiston

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Jason J. McCuiston was born in the wilds of southeast Tennessee, where he was raised on a healthy diet of old horror movies (both classic and of the B variety), westerns and war movies, comic books and old pulp magazines, sci-fi and fantasy novels, and, yes, Dungeons & Dragons. He attended the finest state school that would have him where he studied art before coming to grips with the hard truth that his heart just wasn’t in illustrating other folks’ stories.

Following his matriculation, he embarked on a whirlwind tour of underpaid and uninspired career paths until finally realizing that all his forays into role-playing games, comic books, and creative design were merely the manifestation of his innate desire to be a storyteller.

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Jason J. McCuiston That's a really tough one. I guess the first fictional world I fell in love with was Llloyd Alexander's Prydain, so I'd probably go there. Whatever I …moreThat's a really tough one. I guess the first fictional world I fell in love with was Llloyd Alexander's Prydain, so I'd probably go there. Whatever I chose to do, whether it be a traveling bard or an assistant pig keeper, it would certainly be safer than the worlds of some of my other favorite authors.(less)
Jason J. McCuiston I don't usually have a "reading list." I just pick up things I think look interesting, and give them a go. If I get ten to twenty pages in and they ha…moreI don't usually have a "reading list." I just pick up things I think look interesting, and give them a go. If I get ten to twenty pages in and they haven't hooked me, I move on to the next. Life is too short to read books that don't grab you.(less)
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Thanksgiving 2017

Thanksgiving 2017

This year, I have so much to be thankful for that it’s hard to keep count. The Lord has blessed me in the past eleven months more than I can remember, and certainly more than I deserve. In addition to His constant and ever-present love, mercy, guidance, and forgiveness, He has heaped success and happiness on me throughout this year. I am humbled and grateful.

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An absolute must read. Especially for those who believe they are living in the worst time in human history. I dare anyone to think about their worst day in 2020 and compare it to any given day for Georg Rauch in 1944-45.

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