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   Writers: Luke T. Jones (1985 - , United States)  
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Luke T. Jones, was born in the small suburb of Stratford, Connecticut to Lori and Trevor Jones (Parents). He was always a lively child with an overly active imagination. It wasn't until he was in the 6th grade he would actually give writing a shot, when he wrote a short horror story he entitled "Nightmare". When Lori (mother) found this manuscript, she immediately scolded him for use of inappropriate language and dialogue. It wasn't then till years later would Luke give writing another shot.

After being inspired by many surrounding influences, Luke (age 13) decided to create a world of his own, using martial arts as his main theme for the tale he wished to tell. It was then a few years later after reading Professor J.R.R. Tolkien's series "The Lord of the Rings" that Luke took his world to the next level. Years past and Luke graduated from his hometome highschool (age 18) and he now currently resides in Florida where he studies film at Full Sail Media Arts College.

Biography provided by the author, March 2004.

Pen name: Kenji Sakurai.

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  2004.  Masters of the Sky: Volume I, The   (Amazon - Alibris)
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Masters of the Sky: Volume I, The
  • Masters of the Sky Trilogy, The
      Influences & favorites  

  • J. K. Rowling
  • J. R. R. Tolkien
  • Stephen King
  • Tad Williams
  • Terry Brooks
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