Born in northern Alberta, Canada in 1977, Jay Dee now lives in Fujisawa, Japan with his wife and daughter.  A full time English teacher, he spends most of his time with the English language, and is now using those abilities to write.  His main writing interests are fantasy and science fiction, but also likes to read classics, science, and history.

His many interests outside of writing include photography, hiking, history, watching hockey, astronomy, and so much more.  In university, he studied physics and astronomy, which aids him in his world development.  His favourite colour is blue, he uses mostly British spelling, and uses the Oxford comma.

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  1. Once you start blogging it’s hard to stop, isn’t it? I have four blogs, including one for my life in Japan, and one for my life in my mind 😛 Looking forward to your short stories, and if you have time please take a look at my writing site, http://www.vividhunter.wordpress.com/ ^^


  2. Good luck with the writing.

    Thank you for stopping by and following my blog. Much appreciated.


  3. Hope you make it to the UK. I’ve always wanted to see the wild, wilderness areas of Canada. maybe I will one day.


  4. How’s it going? I’ve passed the Liebster Award on to you ^^ http://procrastinationdiaries.wordpress.com/2013/04/04/liebster-awarded/ Keep up the great blogging!


    • Thanks for the award. However, I won’t be able to post it on this blog, as this is more of an official author’s site. But I appreciate it 🙂


      • Yeah, I know what you mean. I actually received the award for my Japanese travel blog, but accepted it on my general blog (too many blogs!)


        • Ah, I’ve received the same award for 3 of my blogs now. But I haven’t posted any because I have been too busy. It’s either post the award or post about something I’ve been meaning to post about. But I hope to get around to them. I’ll probably accept this on my writing blog 🙂


  5. Hi Jay,

    I’m Dean from japantravelmate.com. I’ve been a keen follower of your photos for a while.

    At the moment I’m finishing up an article about sakura in 2013. I’d love to feature you, if you have a special sakura photo from 2013 you’d be willing to share with my audience.

    Of course you’d be fully accredited, with links back to your site or the original post.

    Let me know if you’re happy to help! Send me an email 🙂


  6. Japan! I love Japan. You write all those blogs? Good work. This is long overdo, but thank you for following the 4feet2mouths travel & food blog.


  7. Thanks for the review, Jay! I’d be happy to get you a free copy of the second (and final) book in the Burden series. Email me.


  8. Okay, I’m pimping Howey…

    His books are on the left.
    I friended you on GoodReads. You won’t like most of what I’m reading right now, but I’ll probably like what you’re reading 🙂 No obligation to accept. I don’t take it personally.

    Go. Read. Howey.


  9. Hello Jay Dee,

    I really enjoyed your phrase “and uses the Oxford comma.” I’m not sure exactly why, but it made me smile.



  10. Hi, Jay Dee!!‪ Do you know TENQ, a beautiful and attractive space museum near Suidoubashi station?‬
    Their project mappings were awesome! Robot game was fun and I tried twice. Finding “Dark Patch on Mars Research” made me sit on the booth for a hour.
    There were also beautiful paintings about stars and souvenir shop selling space foods and other stuffs like “Space Brothers Postcards.”
    They don’t limit what a space museum should be. For example, they show us beautiful flowers on a high quality screen. “This is not a botanic museum, why?” “It’s in space! Beautiful! It’s OKay!”. They have a baseball glove Astronaut Wakata brought to ISS. “This is not a baseball museum!” “It”s okay! The glove traveled space with Wakata.”

    Theater in the museum are in a dark room. So, if you like to visit there with Tommy, ask her if she fears dark rooms.
    “Dark Patch Finding Research” is from elmentary school 5th grade.

    Overall, I think you are sure to like this museum!! Visit TENQ when you come to Japan.

    Today, I was there because I wanted to see Astronaut Kanai go to space by Soyuz rocket.
    They had a “public viewing” corner.
    The launch finished successfully!

    Thank you for reading.


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