About the author

J. R. Fehr has had a passion for storytelling from a young age. When he wasn’t making home movies with his friends, he was writing short stories and novels. Encouraged by his parents to pursue this passion, he left his hometown of North Battleford, Saskatchewan and studied Communications at Trinity Western University in Langley, British Columbia.

After graduation, he returned to North Battleford where he worked as a reporter for the local online newspaper for several years while also serving at-risk youth in the community. He traveled extensively during this time and explored many different countries in order to write, develop his experience of different cultures, and study story.

Fehr continued to pursue his passion for storytelling by making short films and writing. In 2013 he moved to Vancouver, British Columbia where he currently resides and works with other artists in a variety of collaborations. His first publication was a collaboration for “A Pirate’s Guide t’ th’ Grammar of Story,” a workbook designed to aid in the understanding of the key elements of a story. He published "Skyblind" in the spring of 2016, and had both "Volume One" and "Volume Two" of "The Magician's Workshop" published in the winter of 2016.