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Reblog: The Killed Conscious, Book Review 📚

What an absolutely amazing review! 4.5 stars? I can’t stop smiling. Thank you so much DeeDee ❤

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Today we celebrate the latest release from author Jordan Antonacci!   The Killed Conscience

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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?

My Review

The Killed Conscious 

Jordan Antonacci 

4.5/5 stars

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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Short story: Shadow Lake Pt. 2

“Lainey? We playing hide and seek?” He peered into the dark past the towering trees, and sometimes back at the lake. “Well, if so, then I give up.” There was a brittleness to his playful tone. “Okay? Babe, you can come out now… Lainey?” Nathan turned in search until he was spinning in circles and… Continue reading Short story: Shadow Lake Pt. 2

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Short mystery story: Shadow Lake Pt. 1

On the surface, Nathan Grey looked like calm waters—clean, crisp, gentle—, but below the surface, there were monstrous things that lurked. LED headlights from his SUV beamed through the night air and across the desolate highway as he drove. Hanging from his rearview mirror was a wooden cross necklace and a photo of his mother;… Continue reading Short mystery story: Shadow Lake Pt. 1

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#amwriting next mystery novel: “The Killed Conscience”

Hey, you live and you learn, right? If you don't fall down, you're not trying hard enough. I spent four years writing, scrapping, and rewriting my first novel before I felt I had a good enough grasp of the craft. I knew I was getting better because I kept seeing my writing from a week… Continue reading #amwriting next mystery novel: “The Killed Conscience”

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‘The Author’ book review by James J. Cudney

Book Review I stumbled on this author and his book several months ago via his blog. When I read a synopsis of the plot, it hit all the sweet spots for my love of thriller and suspense novels: serial killers, twists, writers, subtle relationships and cops. After I read the intro chapter he shared […] via… Continue reading ‘The Author’ book review by James J. Cudney

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Last day of The Author free giveaway!

If the title didn't say it, today's the last day for the free giveaway for my crime thriller, "The Author." Click the link below to grab a copy 🙂 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076BFLZJN Description: A heart-wrenching story of longing, loss, vengeance and consequence. How far would you go to rebuild the life you let break? Forensics expert Troy… Continue reading Last day of The Author free giveaway!

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365 Challenge: Day 236 – Mask (Author Alert: Jordan Antonacci)

Starting out, it can be a pain in the ass getting people behind you and your ideas. Couldn’t be more appreciative of author James J. Cudney for doing this, even with his plate already so full. Checkout his most recent post as well as him and his own book, “Watching Glass Shatter.”

This Is My Truth Now

Mask: (a) something we all wear to protect our identity, or (b) 365 Daily Challenge word for 2017 debut novelist and today’s author alert — Jordan Antonacci

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Authors are often a mystery to their fans. Sometimes you read a book without knowing (or caring) about the author — it’s the story you must devour. Often the author is shy and doesn’t have a huge following or social media presence. And on the rare occasion, several of the author’s personality traits show up in one or two of the characters in his/her books. It’s almost like authors wear a mask both to those who read our books and even sometimes to ourselves. In today’s post, I’m exploring the concept of the word ‘mask’…

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