Bernard J. Schaffer
Bernard J. Schaffer (born 1974) is a police detective, an author, and a former child actor who appeared on the Nickelodeon program Don't Just Sit There. He joined the police department in 1996 and passed the detective's test in 2005.
Schaffer has self-published several works, including:
- Women and Other Monsters (short story collection; May 2011)
- Whitechapel: the Final Stand of Sherlock Holmes (a Sherlock Holmes pastiche novel; 16 June 2011)
- Guns of Seneca 6 (sci-fi western; October 2011)
- Ancient Rituals (short story collection; 12 January 2012)
- Superbia (crime novel; 20 January 2012)
- The Kyoshi Scrolls (samurai/zombie novella; 1 February 2012)
- Codename: Omega (novella collection; 7 March 2012)
- Knife Fights (essays and poetry; 22 March 2012), formerly the project titled "Codex Leicester"
- Superbia II (crime novel; 25 March 2012)
- Simple Ebook Formatting in 10 Easy Steps (formatting how-to; 11 May 2012)
- Coordinates to Unmapped Places (fiction collection; 16 May 2012)
- Chambered Rounds (non-fiction collection; 16 May 2012)
- Magnificent Guns of Seneca 6 (sci-fi western; 10 July 2012)
- Overdogs (fiction collection; 12 September 2012)
- Immaculate Killers (sci-fi western; 6 December 2012)
- Grendel Unit: Bad Day at Khor-wa (military science fiction; 2 February 2013)
- Superbia 3 (crime novel; 27 April 2013)
- The Girl From Tenerife (Fiction 15 January 2014)
- Codex Fantastica (anthology 31 May 2014)
- Saokata (fantasy 2014-05-22)
- Tiny Dragons 1: The Sky Dragons (fantasy 2013-07-31)
- Grendel Unit 2: Ignition Sequence ( military science fiction 2014-03-17)
- Grendel Unit 3: Fight the Power (military science fiction 2014-07-15)
- Way of the Warrior: Collected Edition Books 1+2 (Law Enforcement Philosophy 2014-06-25)
He is also the founder of the short-fiction anthology Kindle All-Stars, contributing the Seneca 6 story "Old-Time Lawmen" to the first collection, Resistance Front, and the story "Carnival of Cryptids" in the second collection, Carnival of Crypids. His upcoming projects include the historical sequel Whitechapel 2: Inspector Lestrade and the Torso Killer, the sword-and-sorcery fantasy story The Widow Sword, and a third installment of the Kindle All-Stars anthology.
- The Official Site of Bernard J. Schaffer
- "BJ Schaffer is Dead," Philadelphia Stories.
- Interview with the Fringe Scientist, 21 July 2011.
- Interview with David Hulegaard, 24 January 2012.