Jay Horne sprouted up among the roots of a literary family tree. His grandparents on his mother's side, were both English teachers in a rural community, and traveled to every country on the globe. His mother and sister are exquisite artists, and his uncle a published poet. His aunt was retiring from her life-long work as a school principal just as Jay's writing career really started to blossom.
What started as an outsource for Jay's extremely soft-spoken personality, writing became a love of his when he happened upon a handful of short stories he had written as a child. Those stories were published in two volumes, as-is called published youth, in 2009. Since the time of his first book, Life's a Joke!, which he is now admittedly embarrassed to claim at times as his own, he has successfully published over 30 works of literary art, some in more than 3 languages. His most notable being, Hubudi, a romantic fantasy that returns a couple of conflicting beliefs to pangea through the raising of the tower of babel and the union of their forbidden loves.
He helps authors find their way to the public spotlight through his website http://www.bookflurry.com and has published for more than 40 authors all over the world.