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About John R Raymond

John R Raymond is a captivating storyteller who is passionate about sharing deeper truths of the human experience. With a sharp eye for detail and a unique perspective on the world, John brings to life a vivid cast of characters and explores the complexities of the human condition with grace and nuance. His writing style is both engaging and thought-provoking, capturing the imagination and challenging the reader to look beyond their own experiences and see the world in a new light like his favorite authors, Tolkien, Jordan, and Martin, each for their own unique qualities.

John's most notable work, The Scarab Cycle, is a series of four books that delves into the mysteries of the universe and the meaning of life. The books are not just a thrilling adventure, but a journey of self-discovery and enlightenment, encouraging readers to question their own beliefs and perceptions of reality. Some types of magic are totally real.

Through his writing, John aspires to bring about a deeper understanding and appreciation for the world around us. He is dedicated to telling the truth to power and sharing his unique perspective with those who are willing to listen.

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John grew up in Bumfuck USA in the 1980s and 90s making him both a Gen X asshole as well as a bleeding heart liberal Millennial. That means I want to tax all us rich picks and then spending it on the poor so as to advance cultural further than ever before. Call me names. I don't care. I don't see why fifty people own fifty percent or more of the USA and Earth.

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I was a tortured cubicle worker before I was a tortured artist. I worked what was supposed to be a nine to five but I had a sleeping problem (and later a drinking problem which I kicked. Crossed fingers.) The code and I worked well enough together that it usually didn't matter because my software got done. Hackity, hack, hack. All night long.

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Sure I've done things. Sure. I wrote the Scarab Cycle. I studied things like neuroscience, mathematics, AI, and high performance computing for money... All but the mathematics part. No one paid me to study math. And if I am going to just say a bunch of uncorroborated things I might as well mention I did all this on campus at Microsoft, MIT, UCSF, and Harvard. Look it up. You'll see it on this page.

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