Books and Musings by the Author

Recently Published Books

"When JS Lyster writes about the future, you will recognize how we could have gotten there from here. You'll meet people you'd like to meet now, and a few you'd very much prefer to avoid. The wry humor that infuses his writing takes each story from intriguing to entirely entertaining."

Oblivion's Wake

Oblivion’s Wake

David Glass is a man without a history. An illness radically altered his brain, and removed all memory of the first decade and a half of his life. He doesn’t know his journals are fiction, written by a psychopath.

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Musings and Articles

I don't blog regularly, so this part of the site tends to be a pretty eclectic collection of things I've noticed or experienced and felt an urge to comment on. My interests in writing and coding tend to show up, but they're not the only topics.

Revamping at Last

At last, between work, writing, assorted coding (and woodworking) projects, I’m carving out a sliver of time to revamp this web site.  Expect more stuff soon; REALLY soon.  

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Cool stuff: Editing with an E-reader

I’m ba-ack! At long last, a blog posting is up. And it’s a cool one, if I do say so myself. Being a book snob, I never liked the idea of an e-reader. Well, until recently. I have been slaving away at The Book, and pondering the sheer volume of wasted paper I’ve needed for […]

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About Jonathan Sean Lyster

"As Jonathan Lyster's friend, I need to warn you that any conversation you have with him, any story you tell him, and any behavior he witnesses can end up in his writing. He's gracious about changing the names to protect the innocent, though..."

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