Jay Londo and his son.
Jay Londo has lived in Snohomish County his whole life and started writing in 2004.
After losing his father James Londo in a plane crash in August of 2004, Londo used writing to heal.
“‘Alone in the Woods’ is a book I wrote to deal with his loss, it’s certainly not his story about the crash. I was able to turn ‘Alone in the Woods’ into a positive, tell a story I wanted to tell.” Londo said.
‘Alone in the Woods’ is the fourth book that Londo published and there are three more sitting on his computer completed. Londo is currently wrapping up his eighth novel about two women from Seattle on a quest to discover the lost burial site for Attila the Hun.
Londo tells the story of how writing is what saved him in his darkest time. His books are science fiction and adventure, with strong character development.
“I like to let the characters grow as each story unfolds, see where I can take them, always experiencing some kind of inner-struggle, and physical turmoil, a spiritual awareness,” Londo said.
The one thing that Londo has desired since he started writing was just to have people read the stories, and hopefully get sucked into the story, and enjoy where it may take them to.
Londo’s books can be found on Amazon.com.