David John Jeffery

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David John Jeffery (born 1977, Southampton) is a Christian writer. He has authored a number of books, including God Tech: Mark of the Beast, God Tech: Jerusalem, Sunset Poems and One Thousand Years.

From 1994 to 2010, Jeffery was a writer of Christian fiction and a youth worker in Europe.[1] In 2010, Onwards and Upwards Publishers published his God Tech: Mark of the Beast. From 2012, he started writing several screenplays including Outline, Kronosis and G.O.D.TECH.[2]

Personal life

In 2015, Jeffery became engaged to Susana Rodrigues.

Bibliography

  • David John Jeffery (2008). Sunset Poems. Lulu. 
  • David John Jeffery (2010). God Tech: Mark of the Beast. Onwards and Upwards Publishers. [3]
  • David John Jeffery (2015). God Tech: Jerusalem. Lulu. 
  • David John Jeffery (2015). One Thousand Years. Lulu. 

Film career

David John Jeffery has directed and starred in many short films including Social Reboot 2014 (for the MCM London Comic Con), Optical Illusion 2013 and Outline 2012 (for the Sci-Fi-London film festival). He is also directing and producing the feature film G.O.D.TECH starring Andrew Reith,[4] Turkan Victoria, Susana Rodrigues and Fraser Hines. He is also working with Thundering Hooves Productions.[5]

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