Jody Royer is a science fiction writer and book reviewer. His stories combine elements of sci fi and tech, with a layer of mystery to top it all off.
Jody Royer is a fiction writer and book reviewer based in the Montreal, Quebec, Canada area. A lifelong fan of science fiction / Sci Fi, Royer has always preferred stories with out-of-this-world elements. From fantasy driven narratives to technology centric stories that seem to tell the future, this author loves reading and writing it all! He is most inspired by authors like H.G. Wells, Neil Gaiman, Charles Stross and Alastair Reynolds. A former Information Technology (IT) professional for many years, Royer’s fascination with the tech in sci fi is inspired by his previous career path. Being able to fuse his past and present professional pathways together has been a truly unique experience! His expertise in IT fuels a perspective that centers around the devices and tech featured in the futuristic stories that he both writes and reviews.
Professionally, Jody Royer reviews books in the science fiction and mystery genres. Royer’s reviews tend to focus on specific details, such as the tech discussed in each story. A huge fan of technology fiction, he has always been fascinated by the different devices authors dream up in their stories. Royer’s reviews have been featured in local print and online publications within the Montreal area. He looks forward to launching a blog where his book reviews will continue.
After years of reading and reviewing books written by other authors, Jody Royer has decided to put pen to paper to bring his own stories to life. This exciting new chapter in his life has begun in the form of short stories, which are currently in development. Royer hopes to release a collection of his short stories to make his official debut as a Sci Fi Author. His stories largely center around the mystery and mystique of technology. As a longtime reader of technology fiction, Royer knows all too well that sometimes the out-of-this-world devices that appear in stories can soon turn into everyday tech in our real world. He enjoys toying with that possibility in the development of his stories.