About Jake Bible
Born Jacob David Bible pre-Microsoft in Bellevue, WA, Jake was whisked away to the Beaver State when he was three and raised fundamentalist pagan. Fed a steady diet of Doritos, Fritos Bean Dip and Chinese herbal tonics, Jake had so many vivid hallucinations that he was writing and binding his own books by fifth grade. True story.
He grew up fascinated with the speculative and the macabre. He spent many summers on his grandparent’s lake reading a leather bound, Franklin Library Edition of The Tales of Edgar Allan Poe. No, it wasn’t a haunted book. And, no, it wasn’t a haunted lake. Yes, his grandparents were actually re-animated corpses that had been accidentally murdered and then raised from the dead when a cocktail party got just a little out of hand. And they drank gin and tonics. True story.
A professional writer since 2009, Jake Bible has a proven record of innovation, invention and creativity. Novelist, short story writer, independent screenwriter, podcaster, and inventor of the Drabble Novel, Jake is able to switch between or mash-up genres with ease to create new and exciting storyscapes that have captivated and built an audience of thousands. He has six novels published (with more coming down the pipe) including the Apex Trilogy (Dead Mech, The Americans, Metal and Ash) and the YA zombie horror/adventure novel, Little Dead Man. Be sure to check out his drabble collections, 31 Days of Halloween and C-Notes: A Collection of 100 Drabbles. Not to mention that beautifully named short story and novella collection, Bethany and the Zombie Jesus.
Jake currently lives in the Asheville, NC area with his wife, two kids, two dogs and one cat. And although he writes about zombies and cannibals, Jake does not eat of the flesh himself (that means he’s a vegetarian, son. I say, I say, stop bein’ so dense, ya hear?). But, he will eat the non-homicidal animal foodstuffs because pizza is it’s own food group and soy cheese just ain’t gonna cut it.