About John C. Meyer

The Author


Lives in Houston, Texas
Age: 72

John Meyer was not a social person as he was growing up. He didn’t like sports, as most of the boys his age did. He loved to read. He started reading Robert Heinlein when he was twelve, and soon was reading every science fiction, and science book that he could get his hands on.

Throughout his life, John kept reading about science, engineering, and science fiction. In his early sixties, all of his experience and research came together when he started his novel.

He brought his enthusiasm for science, his years of experience in the engineering field, and his love of space and adventure to the writing of his novel, “Time of Destruction.”

“I love the adventure of exploring outer space and the future through my writing”

Audio & Video Interviews

KNLY 911 Live Interview with John C. Meyer

On September 24 at 12:17 PM, Orlando Daniels, host of KNLY 91.1 The Boss located in Woodlands Texas, interviews John C. Meyer, who wrote, “Time of Destruction” in an episode titled, “Today’s Entrepreneur.

Time Of Destruction Book Trailer

90 second book trailer for “Time of Destruction” By John C. Meyer

1982 interview with David Prowse
This is a video interview that John C. Meyer did in 1982 with actor David Prowse, who played Darth Vader in the first three Star Wars films.

The audio is a 1987 KUHF radio interview with Clide Tombaugh, the man who discovered the planet Pluto. In the interview, Clide describes how he discovered Pluto in 1930.

FAQ’s / Personality

Who or what inspires you?
I am inspired by people who are willing to put in the work to achieve the dreams that they most want, that many others only talk about achieving.
What constitutes a great novel?
A great novel is one in which the protagonist, and or other characters, must deal with conflict, either internal or external, and meet it head on, and either change, or cause change.
What is your favorite part about the writing process?
The part I like best is creating characters and watching them grow and change as I put them in different situations and as they encounter others.