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.

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  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) — 34 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

Earthworm Jim (A Review)

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestToday’s Old School Wednesday Review is from Luke. Luke Johnson knows a thing or two about cartoons. He also knows that many things about superheroes, and is a published author because of it. You can find his short story, “The Last Laugh” in the anthology Powers, available at Amazon. * * * * * * …

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Blog Tour de Troops – Review of Excelsior

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestAs a staff member of the Indie Book Collective (official title: web monkey), I try to be involved in every blog tour.  Not having the time to commit to being an author on the Veteran’s Day Blog Tour de Troops, I offered to review one of the books on the tour.  For those who don’t …

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Iron Man: Armored Adventures (A Review)

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestToday we continue Super Hero Month on Toonopolis, The Blog and switch from a DC property to a Marvel property.  This week, I am going to review Iron Man: Armored Adventures. As I said last week with Young Justice, I am attempting to review these comic book cartoons this month without looking at them in …

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A Pup Named Scooby-Doo (A Review)

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestToday’s Old School Wednesday Review is from Jeremy. Jeremy Rodden is a stay-at-home dad and author of the Toonopolis Files series of cartoon novels.  He considers C.S. Lewis and Lewis Carroll his biggest influences as a writer and hopes to create a lasting, fun world that all ages can enjoy.  You can follow him on …

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The Myth of Mr. Mom Update & Cover Reveal

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestFor those who pay attention to me (I’m looking at you, mother), you’ll recall that I put out an open submission for essays by fellow stay-at-home fathers a little over a month ago for a collaborative non-fiction essay book that I would be publishing called The Myth of Mr. Mom. I am very happy to …

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Young Justice (A Review)

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestNow that All Request month is over, November brings us to Super Hero Month! I had been previously avoiding super hero cartoons because I just felt overwhelmed by the influx of them in the past few years.  Now it’s time to check out some of them and see if they’re any good.  This week, I’m …

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Robotech (A Review)

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestToday’s Old School Wednesday Review comes from Alix! Alix Cameron is an erotic romance writer who also works in Communications strategy and developement for Multi Player on-line role playing games.  Living in Melbourne Australia, with her two ginger Ninjas, 2 ginger cats and a black greyhound, she is currently writing and researching an erotic novel …

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The Amazing World of Gumball (A Review)

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestThis week, Toonopolis, The Blog heads back to Cartoon Network to review the first production under the Cartoon Network Development Studio Europe, a UK branch of CN.  Let’s discuss the completely strange and random new cartoon, The Amazing World of Gumball. When I first saw the ads for The Amazing World of Gumball, I was …

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Voltron: Defender of the Universe (A Review)

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestToday’s Old School Wednesday Review comes from Cheetoy. Cheetoy is a mother, homebody and rabid Fan-girl of various Mecha and anime.  Born with a pencil in her hand, she’s been trying to reach what she considers Nirvana of the comic drawing style.  So far, she hasn’t reached it yet but that hasn’t stopped her.  She …

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Masquerade Reveal & Free Anchihiiroo Novella!

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestMan, when the Indie Book Collective throws a party, it is a rockin’ one.  I’m still trying to recover from the awesome event this past week that was Blog Tour de Force: Masquerade.  If you missed it, you missed one fun shindig.  12 authors, 12 blogs, and 6 days of subversion, masquerading, and mind-games.  Each …

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