EJ Jackson writes science-fiction (and Romance)
Aldershot -born author Elaine Jackson
(writing as EJ Jackson) is the author
of 'The Journey and other Short Stories', 'The Methuselah Paradox', and her first romantic novella, 'New Leaf'.
Elaine is currently working on a comic book series titled 'Minding Mama', which will be illustrated by Oregon-based illustrator and film-maker
You can join the 'Minding Mama' team and help create the first issue here!
Will you help us to produce Issue 1?
Two hundred years into the future, and the surface of planet Earth is an inhospitable and dangerous place.
Join Mama, her son and FarmBot companion Cyril as they set out on a journey of discovery....
'Minding Mama' will be illustrated by Oregon-based artist Dan Schaefer (Dan has worked for Marvel, DC and Dark Horse Comics, and most recently was the story board artist for NBC Television's 'Grimm')
Check out the great rewards you can earn by supporting 'Minding Mama' here!
Aishling wants nothing more than to put the past behind her - and she has the perfect plan to do just that. But when attractive widower Jack Harper employs Aishling to look after his young son Bobby, things don't quite go according to plan.
NEW! 'A Day In The Life' - a sci-fi anthology about the rise of AI (Artificial Intelligence) by 7 authors (including me!) is now available on Kindle & paperback!
fundraising for Progeria research
Followers of 'The Methuselah Paradox' will already know that the young scientist at the heart of our story is researching a cure for Progeria.
Whilst researching the novel, I was moved and inspired by the courage of the children living with the effects of Progeria and made the decision early on that I would try to help raise awareness and funds for this very worthy cause. You too can donate here : "Together we can find a cure!"
To learn more about Progeria and how it affects the children and their families, please check out the Progeria Research Foundation website. Since PRF was created in the late nineties, the organisation has existed as a leading source of information for the families of those with HGPS. The work of PRF and its supporters has also enabled ground-breaking research to take place by fund-raising around the world.