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Jason Tesar Heads Up Huge Sci-Fi/Fantasy Panel!

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Jason Tesar heads up a huge panel of Sci-Fi/Fantasy authors that also includes: Mark Miller, Alan Zendell,L.W. Rondeau,David F. Gray, G.A. Zanni, William Tooker and many more!

Jason Tesar lives with his wife and two children in Colorado. He works in the microelectronics industry improving and developing processes, and writing technical documentation for integrated circuits manufacturing. In his personal time, he enjoys graphic design, playing guitar, reading books, watching movies, and doing anything outdoors with his family.

His latest release (Incarnation: Wandering Stars Volume One) is now available for the Kindle on Amazon.

The Awakened: A Wandering Stars Novel is his first fictional writing, now available in paperback and ebook at most major online retailers. Originally a three-part single novel, The Awakened was later republished as three separate ebooks (Book One, Book Two, and Book Three). To download your copy of The Awakened, visit your preferred retailer (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Sony Reader Store, iBooks, Smashwords, etc.).

To learn more about Jason Tesar or to get behind-the-scenes info on the Awakened or Wandering Stars series, visit his blog (www.jasontesar.com), like him on Facebook (search for jasontesar.com), follow him on Twitter (@jasontesar), or send him an email at jasontesar(at)yahoo(dot)com.

L.W. Rondeau:

A graduate of Houghton College, Rondeau has spent a previous career in the field of human services, often engaged with families in crisis. She credits these experiences in human drama as the edge in creating unforgettable characters. Furthermore, her prior work has shaped her vision of a future world should current sociological issues remain unchecked over the next several decades.

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