Jeremy Robinson

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This article is about the American novelist. For the English professional golfer, see Jeremy Robinson (golfer).
Jeremy Robinson
Born (1974-10-22) October 22, 1974 (age 40)
Beverly, Massachusetts, United States
Pen name Jeremy Bishop, Jeremiah Knight, Ike Onsoomyu, Kutyuso Deep
Occupation Novelist
Nationality USA
Genre Thriller, Science fiction, Action-adventure, Action-thriller, Adventure, Fantasy, Techno-thriller
Notable works Chess Team series, Antarktos series
Spouse Hilaree Robinson
Website
www.jeremyrobinsononline.com

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Jeremy Robinson, also known as Jeremy Bishop, Jeremiah Knight, and other pen names (born 1974), is a writer of adventure and sci-fi novels. He is also the author of the non-fiction title, The Screenplay Workbook (2003, Lone Eagle Press).

Life[edit]

Robinson was born in Beverly, Massachusetts, where he lived until he was 20. He now resides in New Hampshire with his wife and three children, where he works as a full-time writer.

Robinson's career as a writer started out in comic books with several stints on indie comics. After that he wrote screenplays, several of which were produced, optioned or in development (including the screenplay version of The Didymus Contingency).

His switch to book writing came with The Screenplay Workbook in 2003. He has since written several novels, which are available in twelve languages, including the Chess Team series (including Pulse, Instinct, and Threshold) published by Thomas Dunne Books, an imprint of St. Martin's Press.

Robinson is a former Director of New Hampshire AuthorFest,[1] a non-profit organization promoting literacy in New Hampshire.

Jeremy Robinson's daughter, Aquila, published a short story titled Septic Zombie. It was published through Breakneck Media in April 2012.

Bibliography[edit]

Stand Alone Novels[edit]

  • The Didymus Contingency (2005, Self-Published; 2006 Bard Publishing; 2011, "Origins Edition" from Breakneck Media)
  • Raising the Past (2006, Breakneck Books; 2011, "Origins Edition" from Breakneck Media)
  • Kronos (2009, Variance Publishing; 2011, "Origins Edition" from Breakneck Media)
  • Beneath (2010, First released as an e-book exclusive; later released as a trade paperback by Breakneck Media)
  • Insomnia (2011, e-book exclusive, a collection of short stories, later released as a trade paperback by Breackneck Media - May 2011)
  • SecondWorld (May 2012, Thomas Dunne Books)
  • I Am Cowboy (July 2013, Breakneck Media) SecondWorld novella based on character Milos Vesely, later retitled to Nazi Hunter: Atlantis
  • Xom-B (April 2014, Thomas Dunne Books; later titled Uprising in 2015)
  • Flood Rising (September 2014, Breakneck Media)
  • MirrorWorld (April 2015, St. Martin's Press)

Nemesis Series[edit]

  • Project Nemesis (December 2012, Breakneck Media)
  • Island 731 (March 2013, Thomas Dunne Books)
  • Project Maigo (November 2013, Breakneck Media)
  • Project 731 (November 2014, Breakneck Media)

Jack Sigler/Chess Team Adventure[edit]

  • Pulse (2009, Thomas Dunne Books) First Jack Sigler/Chess Team novel.
  • Instinct (2010, Thomas Dunne Books) Second Jack Sigler/Chess Team novel.
  • Threshold (2011, Thomas Dunne Books) Third Jack Sigler/Chess Team novel.
  • Ragnarok (October 2012, Seven Realms Publishing) Fourth Jack Sigler/Chess Team novel. Written with Kane Gilmour.
  • Prime (July 2012, Breakneck Media) Prequel to the Jack Sigler/Chess Team novels. Written with Sean Ellis.
  • Omega (October 2013, Seven Realms Publishing) Fifth Jack Sigler/Chess Team novel. Written with Kane Gilmour.
  • Guardian (February 2014, Breakneck Media) Book one of the Jack Sigler Continuum novellas.
  • Savage (July 2014) Sixth Jack Sigler/Chess Team novel.
  • Cannibal (February 2015) Seventh Jack Sigler/Chess Team novel. Written with Sean Ellis.

Chesspocalypse Novellas[edit]

  • Callsign: King (2011, Breakneck Media) Jack Sigler series. The first of a series of novellas deemed the "Chesspocalypse" by the author, each following an individual member of Robinson's Chess Team. The first following Jack Sigler. Each novella takes place after the events of Threshold and before the events of Ragnarok. Written with Sean Ellis.
  • Callsign: Queen (2011, Breakneck Media) Jack Sigler series. This one follows Zelda Baker. Written with David Wood.
  • Callsign: Rook (2011, Breakneck Media) Jack Sigler series. This one follows Stan Tremblay. Written with Edward G. Talbot.
  • Callsign: King-Book II: Underworld (2011, Breakneck Media) Jack Sigler series. This one back to following Jack Sigler. Written with Sean Ellis.
  • Callsign: Bishop (2011, Breakneck Media) Jack Sigler series. This one follows Erik Somers. Written with David McAfee.
  • Callsign: Knight (2011, Breakneck Media) Jack Sigler series. This one follows Shin Dae Jung. Written with Ethan Cross.
  • Callsign: Deep Blue (2011, Breakneck Media) Jack Sigler series. This one follows Tom Duncan. Written with Kane Gilmour.
  • Callsign: King-Book III: Blackout (2012, Breakneck Media) Jack Sigler series. Written with Sean Ellis.

The Antarktos Saga[edit]

  • Antarktos Rising (2007, Breakneck Books; 2011, "Origins Edition" from Breakneck Media)
  • The Last Hunter - Descent (2011, Set in the Antarktos Rising universe, YA e-book exclusive, later released as a TPB by Breakneck Media)
  • The Last Hunter - Pursuit (2011, Set in the Antarktos Rising universe, YA e-book exclusive, later released as a TPB by Breakneck Media)
  • The Last Hunter - Ascent (2011, Set in the Antarktos Rising universe, YA e-book exclusive, later released as a TPB by Breakneck Media)
  • The Last Hunter - Lament (2012, Set in the Antarktos Rising universe, YA e-book exclusive, later released as a TPB by Breakneck Media))
  • The Last Hunter - Onslaught (2012, Set in the Antarktos Rising universe, YA e-book exclusive, later released as a TPB by Breakneck Media))
  • The Last Hunter - The Antarktos Saga Collection (2014, a collection of all "The Last Hunter Books." Also includes short story Children of Antarktos.)

As Jeremy Bishop[edit]

  • Torment (March 2011 - Breakneck Media)
  • The Sentinel (September 2011 - Breakneck Media, later re-released by 47North)
  • The Raven (August 2013 - 47North)
  • Refuge: Night of the Blood Sky (November 2013 - e-book exclusive) Refuge series, book one. Written with Jeremy Robinson.
  • Refuge: Darkness Falls (November 2013 - e-book exclusive) Refuge series, book two. Written with Daniel S. Boucher.
  • Refuge: Lost in the Echo (December 2013 - e-book exclusive) Refuge series, book three. Written with Robert Swartwood.
  • Refuge: Ashes And Dust (December 2013 - e-book exclusive) Refuge series, book four. Written with David McAfee.
  • Refuge: Bonfires Burning Bright (January 2014 - e-book exclusive) Refuge series, book five. Written with Kane Gilmour.
  • Refuge Omnibus Edition (January 2014) Books 1-5 of the Refuge series.

As Jeremiah Knight[edit]

  • Hunger (June 2015) Hunger series, book one.

As Ike Onsoomyu[edit]

  • The Zombie's Way (January 2011 - Breakneck Media)

As Kutyuso Deep[edit]

  • The Ninja's Path: Inspirational Sayings for the Silent Assassin (November 2011 - Lyons Press)

Non-fiction[edit]

  • Screenplay Workbook: The Writing Before the Writing (2003, Lone Eagle Press) Written with Tom Mungoven

Short Stories[edit]

  • "Harden's Tree" (2005, AlienSkin Magazine; 2006, Download Tales) Reprinted in Insomnia
  • "Counting Sheep" (2005, AlienSkin Magazine) Reprinted in Insomnia
  • "From Above" (2005, Dimensions Magazine; 2006, Download Tales)
  • "Insomnia" Reprinted in Insomnia
  • "The Eater" Reprinted in Insomnia
  • "Star Crossed Killers" Reprinted in Insomnia
  • "Hearing Aid" Reprinted in Insomnia
  • "Dark Seed of the Moon" Reprinted in Insomnia
  • "Bought and Paid For" Printed in Insomnia as a bonus story character sketch for Scott Sigler's novel The Crypt

Articles[edit]

  • "The Difference Between Science Fiction and Fantasy - What Every Screenwriter Needs to Know Before Writing the Next Matrix or Lord of the Rings" (2003, Script Magazine)

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