About

Jeremy Ott was born and raised in Cedar City, Utah and now lives in Layton Utah.  Unlike many writers, he wasn’t born wanting to write books.  He didn’t learn to read at an early age and wasn’t tackling books from Mark Twain and Jules Verne before the age of five.  He was about as average as one could possibly be.  Yet after becoming enamored as a young boy with the fantasy genre from video games, TV, and movies, Jeremy began reading The Hobbit and then The Lord of the Rings, which began his love for the written word and inspired him to want to write books.  

photo-15r4dfssmlJeremy is a lifelong gamer.  After his family got their first Nintendo Entertainment System, he was hooked.  He appreciates a broad range of video game genres, from Role Playing Games (RPG) to First Person Shooters (FPS).  In addition, Jeremy enjoys the hobby of miniature war gaming.  Specifically Warhammer Fantasy, Warhammer 40k, and Lord of the Rings.

Professionally, Jeremy is the Production Manager and Webmaster for the nutraceutical company Mother Earth Minerals.  This fits perfectly into Jeremy’s views of good health and he’s proud to be a part of sharing it with others.  It also give him the chance to work with computers, which is great when one loves computers like Jeremy does.

As a student, Jeremy has attended Southern Utah University and currently attends Weber State University. 

Jeremy is a Christian who dedicates everything he strives to accomplish to the glory of God.  Apart from Jesus Christ he is nothing.

Jeremy married his wonderful and beautiful wife in April of 2006.  She is the yin to his yang and without her in his life he would be lost.  He’s also the proud father of a son who was born in October of 2008.

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  1. HI JEREMY, PULLED UP YOUR SITE IN ERROR. MY SON IS ALSO JEREMY OTT. WORKING ON A PHD AT NYU NEW YORK CITY. WE ARE FROM INDIANAPOLIS, IN AND NY SON IS A BIG LORD OF THE RINGS FAN. OUR GERMAN FAMILY IS FROM NEAR THE BLACK FOREST.

    • You know, I’m surprised at how many Jeremy Otts there are. I once thought Ott was rare enough, and maybe it was in the area I lived, but it is definitly more numerous than I originally thought. My family is also from German descent, not sure exactly about the area. But I would be proud if it was from there, as their Gummie treats are the best.


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