Jason Halstead

Jason Halstead

I usually describe myself as a science fiction and fantasy author who spends his daytime hours in the auto industry as an IT Manager. I’m a family man as well, which means I’ve got the perfect wife and kids, not that I have ties to a major crime organization.

At present I have nineteen books published and available in various formats. I prefer the ebook format myself, and usually I’m doing what I can to promote Amazon’s Kindle because of that (although I have a strong appreciation of the Kobo reader as well).

And yes, there’s always more. I’m a powerlifter. What? Yes, I know, it’s not an often mentioned title. Powerlifting is a flavor of weight lifting that involves picking up heavy weights for a single maximal repetition. The competition is fierce, though often it’s against one’s self.

For the sake of your convenience, the links to my books can be found to the right – just click on the cover!

And please do a writer a favor – if you liked something you read rate it and leave a review, even if it’s only a few short words. It’s not only encouraging to the writer (myself or others), but it also helps make books more successful, which means the writer can spend more time writing and giving you more of what you like!

I welcome feedback as well, feel free to contact me via my website (http://www.booksbyjason.com), hook up with me on Twitter (@booksbyjason), send me an email at jason@booksbyjason.com, or hook up with me on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/booksbyjason).

  1. January 9, 2013 at 12:59

    Would just like to say I recieved one of your books for Christmas .the lost girls . Really enjoyed it

    • January 9, 2013 at 15:10


      That’s awesome. I’m glad you were entertained, that’s why I do this. It’s pretty neat that your name is Katie too, but I hope nobody ever tortures you like I did the Katy in this series!

      Thanks for sharing, I really appreciate it.


  2. Bob Lawrence
    September 27, 2014 at 05:08

    I have just read all of the books in the Vitalis Trilogy and I must say they all had me from the first as you have stated about the characters from the first book I found that was drawn to Kira and then when Kimber went back to earth and started to read about the things that Leona had to go through and what she was trying to make happen for her Family and the rest of humen kind I found I was drawn to her like a moth to a light all I have to say is that I cant wait to read the next chapter if there is one to me they are some of the best I have read and I do a lot of reading I am a fan of the John Norman gor books and many others and I say that I would put these above them in my best to read area, I do hope you wright others so we can see what comes of the characters we ( I ) have come to like and wish to know more of *lol*.
    anyhow please if and when a new one comes out let me know so I can jump on it as soon as possible

    Thank you
    Bob Lawrence

    • September 27, 2014 at 07:43

      Thanks Bob! I appreciate the kind words and it’s awesome to hear that I kept you entertained. Let me recommend you check out my mailing list and sign up for it – I send out notifications when there’s a new book coming out. The link is http://eepurl.com/Mc0IH.

      Speaking of which, I did just release a new Vitalis novel (#7, Communion), did you get that one too?

  1. August 23, 2011 at 07:36

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