Jeremy Robinson

Jeremy Robinson (born 1974) is the author of five novels, Pulse (2009), Kronos (2009), Antarktos Rising (2007), Raising the Past (2006) and The Didymus Contingency (2005). He is also the author of two non-fiction titles, POD People - Beating the Print-On-Demand Stigma (2006, Breakneck Books) and The Screenplay Workbook (2003, Lone Eagle Press). Robinson cites James Rollins as a major inspiration for his writing. He has received praise from James Rollins three times for his novels, The Didymus Contingency, Raising the Past and Antarktos Rising. Other authors cited by Robinson as inspiring his writing are Douglas Preston, Steve Alten, Michael Crichton, Matthew Reilly and Frank Peretti. Robinson was born in Beverly, Massachusetts, where he lived until he was 20. He now resides in New Hampshire with his wife and two children, where he works as a full-time writer. Robinson's career as a writer started out in comic books with several stints on indie comics. After that he wrote screenplays, several of which were produced, optioned or in development (including the screenplay version of The Didymus Contingency). His switch to book writing came with The Screenplay Workbook in 2003. He has...


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