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Jeremy Rodden

I am an overeducated stay-at-home dad to three wonderful sons. I have a BA in Religion and English Writing and an MA in Education. I worked briefly as a high school English teacher before we opted to keep me home when my second son was born in 2010. As a writer, I consider C.S. Lewis, Lewis Carroll, Douglas Adams, and Neil Gaiman my strongest influences. I enjoy multi-layered plots, clever wordplay, and bad jokes.

Most commented posts

  1. Blog Tour de Troops – My Turn! — 237 comments
  2. JEREMY RODDEN-DOO, WHERE ARE YOU? — 185 comments
  3. The Looney Tunes Show (A Review) — 33 comments
  4. Hey Stay-At-Home Dads: Wanna Be Published? — 24 comments
  5. Write Something Today – Even If It Sucks — 22 comments

Author's posts

Cardcaptors (A Review)

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestToday’s guest review for Old School Wednesday Cartoon Reviews comes from Sheenah. A neek at heart, Sheenah Freitas has a love for the whimsical and magical. She looks to animated Disney movies and Studio Ghibli films for inspiration because of the innovative twists on fairytales, strong story structures, and character studies. When not writing, you …

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Procrastination

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterest  Inspired by a fellow indie author, I decided to write up an article about procrastination. **Draft Saved**  

Generator Rex (A Review)

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestAfter bombing last week while trying to review a Pre-K cartoon, it’s back to the grind of real shows here on Toonopolis, The Blog.  Getting back to Cartoon Network, today’s Saturday Morning Cartoon Review is going to be Cartoon Network’s Generator Rex! I remember getting very excited for Generator Rex when my son and I …

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Dungeons & Dragons (A Review)

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestThis week’s Old School Wednesday Cartoon Review, the first on Toonopolis, The Blog is from John I. John is a software developer, home brewer, amateur photographer, avid griller, runner, reader, writer and zombie enthusiast. He’s also a staff writer at comicbooked.com, maintains his own blog at ramblingjohn.com and can be found on Twitter @JohnI73. * …

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Jake and the Never Land Pirates (A Review)

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestAnd now for something completely different… For the first time in my Saturday Morning Cartoon Reviews, I will be reviewing a show targeted for a younger audience than my normal stuff.  It will likely not be the last one.  While my six year old son is too old for Pre-K oriented shows, my younger son …

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Second Novel Doubts

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestNow that my first book, Toonopolis: Gemini, is out in the public sphere and has been getting good reviews (4.2 ave at Amazon, 4.23 ave at Goodreads, and 4.5 ave at Smashwords), I am experiencing second-novel jitters while working on my two current works in progress, Toonopolis: Chi Lin (Book 2 of the Toonopolis Files) …

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Fanboy & Chum Chum (A Review)

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestAs promised last week, I am going to review a Nickelodeon series this week as part of my Saturday Morning Reviews.  It was a little hard to dig through all of the real life shows that Nick is focusing on that aren’t SpongeBob Squarepants, but I decided to do a show that had me excited …

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Phineas and Ferb (A Review)

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestSince my first three Saturday Morning Reviews were all Cartoon Network shows, I’ve decided to explore a Disney property this week.  It is not that I am opposed to Disney or Nickelodeon, it’s just that Cartoon Network has had a pretty strong lineup over the last two years or so and has inspired me.  I …

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My 6 Year Old Evil Genie

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestMore and more frequently, I am realizing that dealing with my six year old son is like dealing with an evil genie.  Either that, or his level of sarcastic smartassery has already made it to my level.  I am not entirely sure which one is scarier. An example–Parental Rule: “No feet on the new couch.” …

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Signing at Page After Page Bookstore

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestTitle: Signing at Page After Page BookstoreLocation: 111 South Water Street, Elizabeth City, NC 27909Link out: Click hereDescription: I will be appearing and signing copies of Toonopolis: Gemini at Page After Page Bookstore in Elizabeth City, NC. I love discussing the process of writing and publishing with anyone interested, including aspiring authors of any age. …

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