Jaron Summers wrote dozens of primetime television and radio programs, including those for HBO, CBS, ACCESS TV and CBC.
He conceived the TV and Film Institute of Canada. Funded by the University of Alberta and ITV, Jaron ran the Institute for 12 years, donating his services for a decade.
Jaron mentored dozens of writers and continues to do so.
He failed as a Mormon Missionary when he tried to convert the children of cannibals to Jesus. You can find that novel here:
And, a new thriller set in the mean streets of Los Angeles:
Here’s a new Audible thriller about a world-famous detective and a vampire.
Six older Novels in print. And gasp, stay tuned for all his 22 novels — soon to be posted here.
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Meet The Whooping Moose. A great story about dealing with bullies in families.
Jaron holds an MFA in TV writing/producing from UCLA and a BA in Communication & Business from Brigham-Young University, where he was editor-in-chief of their award-winning student newspaper The Daily Universe.
He has written hundreds of articles, columns and editorials for daily and weekly newspapers and magazines.
For a more comprehensive list of Jaron’s works, visit his website, which includes a weekly blog – a collection of short stories, humor pieces, essays and articles that have been published worldwide at JaronSummers.com.
Jaron and his wife, Kate, divide their time between Edmonton, Alberta —
— and Bel Air, California.
First Person to Market a Novel on The Internet
Also invented that thing on your fridge
The day I signed 3,000 copies of The Mall.
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In 1966 my friend and I started the craze
to write a novel on a long weekend.
(from the 1967 BYU yearbook)