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Jack Rogers
Jack Rogers
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 7
  • Profession: Ex-Lawyer
  • Born: 8 January
  • Member Since: Aug 2019
  • Profile Views: 1,101
  • Followers: 12
  • Writing:

    Fantasy
BIOGRAPHY

Started writing fiction as a way to improve my writing skills as a lawyer. While I am no longer practicing law, I am still writing stories.

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Deadly Little Mermaids (Low Campbell Adventures Book 2)

Publish Date: May 31, 2017

Genre: Fantasy

Jack Rogers's Books

Deadly Little Mermaids (Low Campbell Adventures Book 2)

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Publication Date: May 31, 2017

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Deranged Little Mermaids (Low Campbell Adventures Book 3)

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Publication Date: Jul 19, 2017

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Dirty Little Mermaids: she's a mermaid, a detective, and a whole lot of trouble (Low Campbell Adventures Book 1)

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Publication Date: Aug 24, 2016

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LOST IN TIME: A Princess Wars Novel

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Publication Date: Dec 29, 2016

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Princess Wars

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Publication Date: Oct 09, 2016

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Destiny's Queen: A Princess Wars Novel

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Publication Date: Nov 09, 2016

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The Competition: Princess Wars: The Final Chapter

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Publication Date: Feb 09, 2017

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    • Donna 4 hrsAuthor
    • Hi Jack, thanks so much for voting for my educator-recommended young adult fantasy, The Heart of Applebutter Hill, in the Cover of the Month competition! I appreciate your help, as I use this opportunity to raise awareness about blindness, guide dogs, accessibility and other disabilities. I’m truly grateful. 😊
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    • Donna 6 daysAuthor
    • Hi Jack, I am a blind author with a YA fantasy called The Heart of Applebutter Hill. I'm writing to ask if you would kindly vote for my book cover in the book cover comp? I've made it into Round 3. I am using this opportunity to raise awareness about blindness, accessibility, guide dogs and other disabilities. This novel is educator-recommended for its diversity, anti-bullying and inclusion themes. I would appreciate your help! :)
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    • jackman688 2 monthsAuthor
    • The most important element of good writing is rewriting. Your first draft is never that good, your second is only a little better. By the time you reach seven or eight rewrites, you've finally got something that looks and reads like a real book.
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