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J.P. Bidula

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in Pittsburgh, PA, The United States
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Stephen King, Brian Michael Bendis, Hunter S Thompson

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October 2014


I am J.P. Bidula and, while I am a writer on many topics, I am absolutely horrible at flattering auto-biography.

I was born, raised, and still live in the southern suburbs of Pittsburgh, PA. I've been obsessed with video games, comic books, sci-fi, fantasy, and pretty much any other good escapist trappings since the womb (my mother was reading a lot of Stephen King during my gestation, maybe not aloud, but who knows what metaphysical forms of ingestion travel down that umbilical). I can typically be found in my armchair playing video games and watching TV simultaneously when I should be working. I am also consistently sighted at bars or around firepits with one of a numerous amount of beers in my hand.

I am a nerd, but I consider myself somet
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J.P. Bidula Massive amounts of video games. Completely zoning out and fragging a bunch of bandits on Pandora or rocking my way through a Nephelem Rift or even sta…moreMassive amounts of video games. Completely zoning out and fragging a bunch of bandits on Pandora or rocking my way through a Nephelem Rift or even stamping passports for Arstotzka. I'm an escapist and I've always been. When I play video games, I don't have to be myself for that period of time. Stepping away from life usually helps to ease the tension, freeing the mind to think of other things including (but not always) the next path to take.(less)
J.P. Bidula Having the biggest set of Lego in the world and not having any instructions to tell me what to do with them.
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Five Years On

This past June 15th (2019) was the fifth anniversary of the publication of Unlucky Seven. It came and went without much ado.  Mainly because, although Amazon lists this as the date I first hit the go-button on this project, the real work did not start until October of 2014.  That is where I feel its […]
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