F.J. Lennon

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F.J. Lennon (born April 1, 1964) is an American novelist, screenwriter, and independent digital media executive producer, designer, and writer.

During his 25-year career, Lennon has been actively employed in multiple industries including the video game, interactive television, entertainment, advertising, and toy industries.

He is the author of Soul Trapper (Atria, 2011), and Devil's Gate (Emily Bestler Books, 2012) the first two novels in a trilogy of supernatural thrillers that follow the life of rogue ghost hunter, Kane Pryce;[1] Every Mistake in the Book (HarperCollins/Regan Books, 2001), a light-hearted business memoir about Lennon’s years in the video game industry, and numerous screenplays and teleplays in various stages of development.

Since 1985, Lennon has been instrumental in the development of fifty interactive games, educational software titles, and entertainment properties for companies including Electronic Arts, Take 2 Interactive, Disney Interactive Studios, Mattel, Sesame Street, DIRECTV, Paramount Digital Entertainment, Simon & Schuster Interactive, Marvel Comics, MicroProse Software, and the U.S. Federal Government.[2]

Between 1985 and 1996, Lennon was Take 2 Interactive Software’s Creative Director and Senior Vice President of Product Development, a Senior Producer for MicroProse Software, Inc., and the co-founder and Vice President of Paragon Software Corporation, which was sold to MicroProse in 1992.

Lennon is a 1986 graduate (Magna Cum Laude) of Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, where he earned a degree in Communications and a minor in English Literature.

He is a native of Latrobe, Pennsylvania and currently resides in Los Angeles, California with his wife and two daughters.

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  1. ^ "F. J. Lennon | Official Publisher Page". Simon & Schuster. Retrieved 2011-01-05. 
  2. ^ "F. J. Lennon". MobyGames. Retrieved 2011-01-05. 

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