Jason Medina

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I am a writer with a few published books, but I have a lot more to write before I'm through. I don't want to be stuck in any one genre, so I am going to branch out little by little with my future books. I hope to entertain many of you with my stories. ...more

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Jason Medina This is too easy. I've known the answer to this question since I was very young. I'd travel to the planet Coruscant, which was the capital of the Repu…moreThis is too easy. I've known the answer to this question since I was very young. I'd travel to the planet Coruscant, which was the capital of the Republic and eventually of the Galactic Empire. There is a lot of history of the galaxy to be found there and I like to do research. I would hope to be a Jedi Knight, but I know that would take time. Maybe I'd settle for being a mercenary/smuggler. Less rules to worry about. All I'd need is a fast star ship and a handy blaster by my side. If you are still lost, read more Star Wars books. (less)
Jason Medina It was late-winter on a very cold night when I awoke in the middle of the night to the sound of screaming. I looked all around me and realized my bedr…moreIt was late-winter on a very cold night when I awoke in the middle of the night to the sound of screaming. I looked all around me and realized my bedroom and bed was on fire and my wife was burning, which meant I was next! (less)
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The Manhattanville Incident: An Undead NovelAftermath of the Manhattanville IncidentA couple of years ago I wrote the thickest book I've ever written. Maybe you've seen it on my page, "The Manhattanville Incident: An Undead Novel."

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I found it very interesting to be able to see the Son of Sam case through the eyes of one of the victims. Carl's experience speaks volumes with the way it affected his life and still continues to do so. He also helps to explain how there is evidence ...more
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Excellent book! I can't believe it took me so long to finally get started on this series. What a great story and an unexpected ending. I cannot wait to read the next book. Thank you for making zombie stories great, again, Robert Kirkman. I have watch ...more
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Excellent book! I can't believe it took me so long to finally get started on this series. What a great story and an unexpected ending. I cannot wait to read the next book. Thank you for making zombie stories great, again, Robert Kirkman. I have watch ...more
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“She gazed at him alluringly and grinned. No further words were necessary.”
Jason Medina, A Ghost In New Orleans

“All she really wanted to do was sleep, but it seemed her awareness level was operating at peak efficiency, for some reason.”
Jason Medina, The Manhattanville Incident: An Undead Novel

“There is nothing wrong with being weird. Anyone who tells you different is only trying to be normal, which is too weird for me.”
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“That which you believe becomes your world.”
Richard Matheson, What Dreams May Come

“In a world of monotonous horror
there could be no salvation in wild dreaming.”
Richard Matheson, I Am Legend

“A man could get used to anything if he had to.”
Richard Matheson, I Am Legend and Other Stories

“Thank you...for gracing my life with your lovely presence, for adding the sweet measure of your soul to my existence.”
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“Let this hell be our heaven.”
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