Jason’s writing can be found in his books, short stories, Huffington Post articles and screenplays.

“My heart was in my mouth with some of these stories and the subjects dealt with are not easy ones – cancer in a young mother, death of a parent etc. The author [Jason Stadtlander] is very good at getting into the minds of children. Several of these stories feature youngsters and they and their worries are taken seriously. Some stories have an ‘otherworldly’ element to them. Fantasy, miracle, magic? – whatever you want to call it, there’s just a little sprinkling of its dust on the edge of the tale which is quite uplifting. He is an incredible writer!” ~ Amazon Reviewer – Ignite

“This novel turns the crime/thriller genre on its head. We spend just over half of the book trying, with the police and the FBI, to find the identity of ‘the hunter’, the one who slays couples in a bizarre execution ritual. We are carefully mis-directed initially. For much of the second half of the book, we know who that hunter is. Not only are we aware of the identity but we gradually learn of the motives. The question now is, can the hunter’s two separate lives be maintained? This, strangely, had me hoping for the hunter’s success in evading discovery. Although there are scenes depicting the kills, this book is not of the slasher/bloodfest style of horror story. This is a subtle telling of a strange tale.” Goodreads – Kath Middleton


Discover the unusual, the emotional and the thought provoking through Jason’s blog

  • The Birth of my First Son

The Greatest Gift I Ever Received

May 19th, 2016|1 Comment

This year I'm thinking about the greatest gift I have ever received.

  • Loneliness Is...

Loneliness is…

March 11th, 2016|0 Comments

Loneliness is something that many of us cope with on a daily basis. Sometimes we can be more lonely in a crowded room that we are standing next to a single person. Webster's Dictionary defines loneliness [...]

What is leap year all about?

February 29th, 2016|0 Comments

Today is Leap Day 2016, but what does that mean exactly? Why do we even add a day every four years? Well, here's the nitty gritty on Leap Year and Leap Day.

  • Elderly Couple Hands Love - Final Moments

Final Moments

January 7th, 2016|0 Comments

Michael lay, with his head on the soft, down pillow as he watched his wife’s chest, watching this rhythmic rise and fall of her bosom under the old, soft, cotton nightgown. This ancient familiar warmth had given him the strength to start his day for the last fifty six years.

Engrossed in Insanity

November 24th, 2015|0 Comments

I am not insane, not irrational or fatuous. For here, I can look at myself in this dirty mirror, my naked chest, my bosom, the very skin that binds my body and keeps me together.

The Horses

November 20th, 2015|0 Comments

Seas of the night for the horses to raze Darkness succeeds but seldom is won Holding its grip returning when done For when light is now gone, what is left is the stark And the horses alone stand await in the dark.

“All I have is a voice.”
W.H. Auden
“Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please.”
Mark Twain


“A conversational, articulate, professional voice-over artist with over fifteen years experience in radio and recording, Jason is the ideal choice for any vocal work.” ~ Andrew Scanlon