Jesse James Freeman is a writer and attention whore. He can be contacted at email@example.com or on Twitter @JesseJFreeman. He has an author page on Facebook that nobody really seems to care much about. On the upside, he has an author page on Goodreads that people seem to like more. Jesse is not really comfortable with you having his cell number – but it has nothing to do with you, really – he’s emotionally-unavailable.
Jesse’s current projects mostly started out as comic book ideas, but he can’t draw – so…
Jesse James is currently working on Billy Purgatory: Tacos Before Armageddon, MythCop, Vehemently Jones, Blood-Love, R. Cane, and Witches vs Robots.
Jesse used to live in Santa Monica, CA, but is back in his homeland, Surface Of The Sun, TX – where it is 1 million degrees in the shade currently. He lovingly refers to his homeplace as Atlantis Ranch. It is haunted by the ghost of LBJ.
Jesse has three dogs: Rocket, Blackfoot Zanzibar and Zoe (guess which one he didn’t name). They chase deer all night long, and bark, and think they are werewolves – but he has never found a random naked person who doesn’t remember what they did the night before waking up in his yard while one of his dogs is suspiciously missing – so Jesse is skeptical of their lycanthropy claims.
Jesse hangs out on Twitter where he drinks and comments sarcastically about writer’ish things on #Booktrope, & #BillyPurgatory. He and TM Frazier are the co-creators of the #TequilaAndCostco hashtag (TM).
Jesse claims to have created the word badassary, but he probably didn’t and is lying. If there’s a legal challenge over it he’s not going to bat for the word – he is many things, but Jesse is not Julia Roberts starring in a Steven Soderbergh movie.
Jesse is a huge nerd and can tell you anything you want to know about Fringe, H.P. Lovecraft, or the uncaring elder-god Crom. Jesse played a lot of Dungeons & Dragons in high school and therefore didn’t get much action that he didn’t have to roll a savings-throw for.
Jesse is training falcons to kill Leprechaun-Robots to protect you – and you didn’t even know it. So, you’re welcome (I guess).
Jesse features authors of note, and other people of no-note, on his
award-winning interview series 11 Questions of Badassary.
Jesse has published Billy Purgatory: I am the Devil Bird, & Billy Purgatory and the Curse of the Satanic Five.
Billy Purgatory and the Curse of the Satanic Five was released Oct. 2012.
Jesse just posted a link above to buy his book.
Jesse should write more, but moonshine stills don’t build themselves.
Jesse feels you are kinda judging him as you read this.