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Hugo Jackson

Genre: Fantasy

“Imagination is one of the greatest tools you will ever hold. Find it, embrace it, train it, and unleash it without fear.”

Hugo is a British-born author living in North Carolina. He began life as a starry-eyed creature with a fascination for fantastical adventures, heroes, and animals, and invested as much time in his own imagination as he did on animations, video games, and music. He was exposed to dramatic narrative from a very early age, as his older sister used to write and illustrate stories to keep him amused after Disney’s Robin Hood could no longer contain his excitement. His greatest creative influences in his youth were the Mysterious Cities of Gold, Visionaries, and many other things aimed at kids in the early 1990s; in books it was The Deptford Mice trilogy, written by Robin Jarvis, one of his all-time favourite authors along with Garth Nix (The Abhorsen Trilogy, Shade’s Children). These styles were a major influence on finding his own writing voice.

These passions manifested in numerous achievements through his life in the UK, becoming a proud member of the Raven Tor Living History Group where he got to live out the battle experiences he grew up envisioning. He also formed a community production company, performed in several professional theatre productions, and took part as an extra in movies such as The Young Victoria.

He began writing his first novel, Legacy, in 2006, which was to become the first in a series of four called The Resonance Tetralogy. He self-published this in 2010, and in 2013 it was republished with great pride under Inspired Quill’s banner. This was followed in 2016 by Fracture, the second in the series.

In 2012 Hugo moved to the United States to live with his wife Madison, who is a native to North Carolina, where they both enjoy as much barbecue and biscuits as health will reasonably allow, and together dote over a lovely corgi-cross named Tohru.

In his spare time, Hugo is heavily involved with the furry fandom, standing as an advocate for LGBT+ rights, mental health awareness, inclusion, and artist/author visibility and fair treatment. He talks about many of these things on his intermittently-updated blog, Writesaber, and occasionally produces his own videos. He makes all of the costumes that he wears (or scrounges materials from charity shops), and attends whichever conventions he can.

Hugo Jackson

Genre: Fantasy

“Imagination is one of the greatest tools you will ever hold. Find it, embrace it, train it, and unleash it without fear.”

Hugo is a British-born author living in North Carolina. He began life as a starry-eyed creature with a fascination for fantastical adventures, heroes, and animals, and invested as much time in his own imagination as he did on animations, video games, and music. He was exposed to dramatic narrative from a very early age, as his older sister used to write and illustrate stories to keep him amused after Disney’s Robin Hood could no longer contain his excitement. His greatest creative influences in his youth were the Mysterious Cities of Gold, Visionaries, and many other things aimed at kids in the early 1990s; in books it was The Deptford Mice trilogy, written by Robin Jarvis, one of his all-time favourite authors along with Garth Nix (The Abhorsen Trilogy, Shade’s Children). These styles were a major influence on finding his own writing voice.

These passions manifested in numerous achievements through his life in the UK, becoming a proud member of the Raven Tor Living History Group where he got to live out the battle experiences he grew up envisioning. He also formed a community production company, performed in several professional theatre productions, and took part as an extra in movies such as The Young Victoria.

He began writing his first novel, Legacy, in 2006, which was to become the first in a series of four called The Resonance Tetralogy. He self-published this in 2010, and in 2013 it was republished with great pride under Inspired Quill’s banner. This was followed in 2016 by Fracture, the second in the series.

In 2012 Hugo moved to the United States to live with his wife Madison, who is a native to North Carolina, where they both enjoy as much barbecue and biscuits as health will reasonably allow, and together dote over a lovely corgi-cross named Tohru.

In his spare time, Hugo is heavily involved with the furry fandom, standing as an advocate for LGBT+ rights, mental health awareness, inclusion, and artist/author visibility and fair treatment. He talks about many of these things on his intermittently-updated blog, Writesaber, and occasionally produces his own videos. He makes all of the costumes that he wears (or scrounges materials from charity shops), and attends whichever conventions he can.

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