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First, let me say thanks for stopping by. It means a lot to me that you’re here. I’m Jevon “J K World” Knights, and I am a science fiction fantasy writer from Trinidad and Tobago.

I started this blog in 2012 as one of the answers to the question, “how can I become a published author?”

I grew up in Chaguanas, and after giving up my childhood dream of becoming a garbage man (I was a bit of an underachiever), I decided to pursue a career in IT. I went to the University of the West Indies and majored in Computer Science and Management, and Geoinformatics. Currently, I work full-tine as an IT Officer. It was only at the age of 30, after having amassed a mountain of story ideas, that I decided to venture into the art of fiction writing.

On this blog, you will find my writing experiences, previews of my books, short stories, and great articles about writing to help you work your way from nothing to published, just like I did. I want to entertain and enlighten readers with my stories and articles, meet and learn from as many writers as I can, and just continue writing.

Feel free to send me an email, check out my books, subscribe to my free newsletter, follow me on twitter, and leave your comments.

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7 Comments
  1. Garbage man sounds inspiring. 🙂

    I was 35 when I decided to venture into the world of writing. Professional Novelist is the goal. I’m 40 now, hope to publish by 50, and my goal is to be a professional Noveilst by 55. I’m an Engineering Technician right now.

    See you at the top Critically Acclaimed Author J. Knight. That has a nice ring to it.

  2. Jevon, thanks so much for checking in with my blog, Musings From a Part-Time Cyborg. I appreciate the visit, and I enjoy what I’ve seen so far of your own blog. 🙂 I hope you keep checking in on occasion. I’m looking for a new direction for my blog reboot, to keep my frustration level over the problem as low as I can. Still, this is a frustrating point right now, losing everything again, even with backups that I thought were working. Argh.

  3. The professor sends his greetings, great to meet you!

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