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Merlinscribe: The Journal of James P. Mallory

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Created on 2009-05-01 06:53:50 (#149860), last updated 2017-03-16 (27 weeks ago)

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Name:James P. Mallory
Website:James Mallory's Web Page
James Mallory is a professional ghostwriter with several books to his credit. Under his own name, he wrote the three-part novelization of the Hallmark Merlin miniseries: The Old Magic, The King's Wizard, and The End of Magic.

James was born in San Francisco and attended schools in California and the Midwest before moving to New York to pursue a career in writing. He has held an assortment of jobs in the publishing industry, but has been fortunate enough to devote his full time to writing for a number of years, including the opportunity to collaborate with Mercedes Lackey on the critically-acclaimed World of Obsidian.

From an early age, James has been fascinated both with the Arthurian legends and their historical evolution, an avocation which triggered a lifelong interest in fantasy literature. He also enjoys studying medieval and European history, comparative religion, and the iconography and symbolism of traditional folk legends. His other interests include hiking and cinema.

James currently resides in California with his faithful companion Diogenes, who is no less philosophical for being canine-American.

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