Jack Eason lived in New Zealand for forty-two years until 2000 when he returned to his birthplace in England, after military service in the 1960’s, he travelled the world, visiting exotic lands and making many friends.
Now retired,he is content to write and travel via the Internet. Besides writing novels and short stories, he contributes to his own blog “Have We Had Help?”
Some of his short stories and numerous articles appear in the No: 1 online E-zine “Angie’s DIARY”.
His literary interests include science fiction, history, both ancient and modern, and humorous tales like those written by his fellow writer Derek Haines, such as “HAL”.
He now lives in semi-retirement in his home town surrounded by his favourite books, ranging from historical fact to science fiction.
His literary icons are J.R.R Tolkien, George Orwell, Arthur C Clarke and John Wyndham.
His books include:
The Seventh Age
The Mayan clock stopped predicting events beyond 2012. Why did it not continue beyond that date? Rebel archaeologist Nick Palmer experiences an almost unnoticed event at Stonehenge during the summer solstice celebration of 2011, which he attends along with hundreds of others, that worries him greatly. He is made aware through a blog, of a sinister organization known as the ‘Order’, that are seemingly bent on preventing his every move to discover the reason behind the worrying event.
Onet’s Tale is a classic tale of good versus evil, but it is interspersed with unexpected and challenging twists. It is an epic science fiction, spanning eons. It is mythic in scope and theme. Onet is an ancient being whose sole purpose is to trap and remove the evil he awaits. He is the story teller. Onet’s tale takes us across the cosmos as our heroes, transformed into magnificent berserker warriors, are caught up in an ancient intergalactic power struggle between the Alliance of Planets, led by a consortium of Human and Nephile nations, and their arch enemy, the Drana Empire, who use Onet’s own kind – the Khaz – to carry out their spying, and expedite their evil intent across countless worlds.Just when Onet finally believes he has captured his evil foe, the story changes yet again for the worse…
For thousands of years, man in his arrogance, has believed that he is unique in the cosmos. During the last decade of the twentieth century, the day finally arrived when a warlike alien species called the Drana returned to our solar system, intent on re-establishing their rule over the Earth once more. The last time they were here they left a subordinate race in charge of our early ancestors. When the Drana moved on to conquer more planets in the name of their emperor, the Khaz began to create a stronghold here on Earth, hopefully large enough to one day challenge the Drana. Over countless centuries all memories of the Khaz and their masters the Drana vanished from the minds of man. However, the Khaz are still calling the shots through a secret government they set up consisting of the world’s political and military leaders, as well as the heads of all the major business cartels.
The Forgotten Age
In the world of archaeology, some things are just not meant to be. Only the brave or foolhardy will ever dare to challenge the establishment and its accepted theories. Previously, Dr Nick Palmer had proved himself beyond any reasonable doubt by saving the Earth and the entire Solar system from total destruction on December, 21st, 2012, enabling humanity’s seventh age to begin. Now it was time to upset the academic world once and for all. He returns to Egypt to find the fabled library of the ancients to disprove the blinkered thinking over who was responsible for sculpting the Sphinx as well as establishing the true purpose of the pyramids.
Globular Van der Graff’s Goblin Tales for Adults
A very long time ago, there once was a land called Goblindom hidden behind a magic barrier to protect its inhabitants from mankind. Man’s ancestors the humins lived there quietly alongside wyverns, griffins, trolls, witches and wizards as well as woods, mountain and plains goblins, ravens, eagles and many more creatures. This anthology is a collection of thirty tales, which I have translated from goblin into English thanks to Globular Van der Graff, a friendly southern woods goblin who told them to me not long ago. They are not my tales, they are his, hence the title – Globular Van der Graff’s “Goblin Tales for Adults”.
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Chris, I just found three interesting similarities between this author and one of hi literary icons, Tolkien.
1. They are both English.
2. They served in the military.
3. They wrote stories involving fantasy realms and magical creatures.
Maybe you can add more things to the list? 😀
WOW Hari, slow down there, I’m an Ape, Not a Genius 🙂
I’ll see what I can dig up from Jack.
Better still, YOU go to his site, contact him and ask him questions 🙂
He likes the company of genuinely interested (and interesting) people …
And YOU Hari, are BOTH 🙂
That’s the first time someone said that I was an interesting person.
I would have been so glad if nobody thinks I am boring. 😛
I think I will visit his site
You made him sound so interesting! 😛
Ape’s cannot lie Hari, Chimps yes, but Ape’s No 🙂
Ah, I see. Ape does not lie, chimp does…
I’ll keep that in mind! 😛
Just ask any primate and they’ll tell you the same thing (except the chimps of course)
Thank you so much for this kind gesture Chris. 🙂
Promotion of new (to me) authors is my reason for the blog Jack 🙂