She told me she loved me before she left, just like she did every other morning. I felt a familiar smile tug at the corners of my lips as I told her I loved her to from where I stood in the kitchen. The coffee was still hot and I wanted to grab a cup… Continue reading Flash Fiction: Then She was Gone
The Woman in the Red Dress Six months had passed since ex-cop John Michaels had been forced to retire early from the Memphis Police Department—but the wound was still fresh. It was a Friday night at Blake’s Bar and Grill, a popular restaurant in the heart of the city, and just down the street from… Continue reading “The Woman in the Red Dress” – Short Story
“Patient 313,” a nurse with curly blond locks calls out from behind the counter. She’s holding a small paper cup of oblong and round pill tablets. “Patient 313!” A skinny man with oily hair and a crooked grin hurries out of his room with a notebook in his hands. A plastic band around his wrist… Continue reading Fiction Friday: “Patient 313” Pt. 1
Once upon a time, there was a boy who dreamt he'd one day have the world. He imagined he'd grow larger than life and have the world at his feet. He'd venture new and old lands, reach out and touch billions of people, see his name in lights, and maybe even wield the power to… Continue reading Chasing Dreams like I’m on Novocaine
Sometimes, we have to go back and rewrite the ending we originally thought was perfect...
Work today was a grueling pain in the ass. I work HVAC in Dallas and temperatures today got up to 105. Pretty sure I came close to having a heat stroke, but then again, that's almost every day. After the 9-hour shift was done, I said bye to my boss, got in my car, and… Continue reading I’m getting published!!!!!
It's day 6 of the blog tour! Checkout the guest post and excerpt on Jordan's blog. She's awesome 🙂 HELLO! 😀 Today I have a special, special guest post (and my first on this site!) from a fellow blogger and author, Jordan Antonacci. Jordan just released his new book: The Killed Conscience. He has been… Continue reading Reblog: GUEST POST: The Killed Conscience – Book Release!
A very pleasant and honest review of my mystery novel The Killed Conscience by book blogger Laura Freestone. Thanks again, Laura. Checkout LFBooks tomorrow for an interview! 🙂 https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/40195343-the-killed-conscience Goodreads: The Killing Conscience Author: Jordan Antonacci Published: 22nd June 2018 Source: Copy from Author Rating: 3/5 (Liked it) Official Summary: “Still at the beginning of… Continue reading Reblog: The Killed Conscience by Jordan Antonacci — LFBooks
What an absolutely amazing review! 4.5 stars? I can’t stop smiling. Thank you so much DeeDee ❤
Today we celebrate the latest release from author Jordan Antonacci! The Killed Conscience
Investigative journalist Emilee Weathers is hungry for the perfect story and not too particular about how she has to get it. Asked to help find new evidence for a convicted serial killer’s appeal, she heads for the mountain town of Pigeon Forg
When she discovers the body of a recent victim, the questions come thick and fast. Has she happened upon the work of a copycat? Is the real killer still out there? And is there anybody in this neck of the woods she can trust?
The Killed Conscious
Emilee Weathers is fresh out of college, with her newly printed degree in Journalism and in a relationship that has lasted too long past its prime, when she gets a call that will change everything.
Detective Nichols from…
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A little poem written from the perspective of my mystery novel's main villain, the Valentine's Day Killer. I'm a monster A killer The worst villain in every thriller The night's breath An empty grave A cold wind A guilty crave An alien An eater of worlds A black hole A shattered pearl A shadow wrapped… Continue reading Poem: I am VDK