Tag Archives: crime fiction

The Price of Favors – Chapter 2

I’m continuing to post chapters, up to five at least, onto the blog. Hope you enjoy. Chapter 2 The Saint, one of many local bars, resides on Louisville Avenue a mile or so from Mickey’s Saloon, six blocks from the Ouachita River. The Irish Pub has been around for close to 20 years and developed […]

What I have to offer

Writing a novel is hard. Don’t let anyone tell you different. It’s especially hard when you have a daytime job, a wife, kids, dogs, a house to work on, grass to mow, lawnmowers to fix, and so on makes finding time to write a constant battle. But, writing is also fun. It’s rewarding, and once […]

A taste of what’s to come

Here is a little of the latest short story. I still don’t have a title for it, and I’m still in the process of editing. Please forgive any problems you may see. Enjoy -Jacob The Beginning “Tim, your place is going to be robbed tonight,” said the voice on the phone. “What,” said Tim. He […]