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About jimdjordan

I am a poet / writer with two published volumes of poetry titled "Chasing Emily" and "Dance of the Divine". I also have a children's poem book published called "I Found a Spider In My Shoe". In addition to writing poetry I have published my first novel, a mystery/thriller called "Savage Lust". I'm currently working on my second novel to be called "Bone Digger". You can find all of my books at lulu.com, or through amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. I currently live in Tulsa, Oklahoma with my wife Jan.

In 1897, using the letters and journals of Jonathan Harker and Mina Murray-Harker, and those of their dear friends, Irish born author Bram Stoker published the major events of tale in his book “Dracula”. When it was first published, in … Continue reading

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What is an ISBN and Why Does My eBook Need One?

13 very important numbers for every eBook The ISBN (International Standard Book Number) is a unique 13-digit code assigned to your book to identify it amongst all the others in the digital marketplace. Retailers use these codes to track and … Continue reading

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Chapbooks ~ What They Are and What You Can Do With Them

I had a rather long poem I’d written titled When Summoned I Will Say Farewell. I liked the poem and included it in my latest book of poetry; but until then, I didn’t know what to do with it? Most poetry … Continue reading

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Book or Nook?…Just My Opinion.

As an author, let me take a few moments to speak about something that bothers me and it concerns every author out there. What is it? It’s this relatively new phenomenon known as the eBook. In my previous blog I … Continue reading

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Rejection Letters and Why I Hate Them! (It’s Not What You Think)

Okay here’s my first post here at “First Human Writes” and it’s about rejection letters. Not the fact that I receive them for my writing submissions to agents and publishers, I expect that. The problem I have is the way … Continue reading

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