James Todd Lewis is a fiction author living in Orlando, Florida with his lovely wife and two children. A native of Warner Robins, Georgia, he is a graduate of the Mercer University College of Liberal Arts and the Great Books program. He’s been writing novels and short stories since 1982.
To contact, please send him a message on “author at jamestoddlewis dot com.”
Thank you for visiting! This site contains information about the various books I have authored, including those currently under development.
May God richly bless you, and remember, just put Him first, and everything else will work out.
Image of the Statue of “The Guides” (On the Summit’s description page) courtesy of Stephie Stone, Cybercat Graphics (http://www.cybercatgraphics.com)
Trials of the Teldear image rights owned by James Todd Lewis. Work done by Ralloonx (more detailed citation to follow).
Photo’s and Artwork: Ainslie Lewis (sunset), the Space Telescope Science Institute (The Veil Nebula – Segment 1, Hubble’s Sharpest View of the Orion Nebula), and Shannon Moon (wolf)
Vintage Science Fiction Magazine Covers – “Amazing,” “Astounding,” “Analog,” “Galaxy,” and “Imagination” courtesy of Project Gutenberg and have been extensively researched to ensure they are in the public domain.
Image of Apollo 11 NASA Astronaut courtesy of The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and as indicated on their site, NASA images are in the public domain.
Art Creative Assistance: Graphic Designer Laura A Mizii & Kelly Lewis Browning.
Images on the pages “What I use” and “Proofreading” are courtesy of openclipart.org and clker.com, and are public domain.
Unless otherwise noted, all other pictures and images on this site are copyright James Todd Lewis.
The Legal Stuff!
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