© 2019 by JERRY GIVENS


under the pen-name "Gerald M. Givens"
I grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan where from an early age my interests in history and storytelling were built through frequenting museums with my mother. At age eight, I wrote my first story, Tim, Tom & Sam, a children's tale about a dog, a cat, and a mouse that became friends and lived together. In high school, my interest in writing grew through the study of poetry. Inspired by the poems of Edgar Allen Poe, I began writing poetry and eventually self-published an anthology of my work. At Western Michigan University, I wrote my first novel, Eyes in Atlantis, and I've been writing ever since.


My writing infuses the influences of renowned authors Michael Crichton (Jurassic Park), J.K. Rowling (Harry Potter), J.R.R. Tolkien (The Lord of the Rings), George R.R. Martin (A Song of Ice and Fire), and Dan Brown (The DaVinci Code).


Primarily interested in all things fiction, I gravitate toward Science Fiction and Fantasy as my reads of choice. My favorite novels include:

- The Lost World by Michael Crichton

- Siddhartha by Herman Hesse

- A Song of Ice and Fire Series by George R.R. Martin

Writing News

October 2, 2017

The final installment of The Diluvians series, HEROES & VICTIMS, is now available in print and ebook! Get your copy today!

Five-hundred years after the flood, the Oracle of Delphi is summoned to the ancient state of Attica to usher in the returned patronage of the Olympian Gods. In present-day New York City, Sean and Erin Henry make a deal with the devil to save their daughter’s life. The remaining diluvians face off with Egyptian officials to cross realms and to save their loved ones from eternal damnation. All the while, Hades uses each of them to hatch a plan that will bring the world under his dominion and shroud the earth in darkness.
The Diluvians series concludes in this daring adventure across time, space, and death to save mankind once more from the vengeance of gods.


October 26, 2016

My new 7-chapter novella, SEVEN DEVILS, is now available in PRINT!!! And the printed version include two additional stories: The Hallway and Asylum Lake. Get your copy today!

Seven sins for seven brothers

And a black-widow woman to bind them

Locked in her cage, the bird so scorned,

Sings of their sins to remind them.

Set in the late nineteenth century, this seven-chapter novella follows Elizabeth Winterbourne through a bloody world of love, passion, betrayal, and sin as she seeks her freedom through the darkest means.


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