I have recently published two more new short stories: Hail Mary and Ben Jackson.
Hail Mary is contemporary fiction about a man who becomes obsessed with a statue of the Virgin Mary. The full description follows below.
Ben Jackson is a psychological suspense story about a man who wakes up and realizes that he is missing a day of his life and has to piece together what has happened. Full description also follows below.
If you do check one or both of them out and like them, consider leaving a review wherever you bought it or wherever else you may leave book reviews (Goodreads, your blog, etc.). Thanks. 🙂
Bill just can’t stay away. Every day he opens the doors, walks down the aisle, and lights his candle. Then he talks to her. Does she hear him? Will she talk back? He’s not sure, but he knows one thing. He’ll wait until she does.
Hail Mary is a contemporary short story and is roughly 4,000 words or 13 pages in length.
Hail Mary is available at:
Jim Connors wakes up on Friday to the news that Ben Jackson, a prominent business man who had recently partnered with Jim’s company, is dead. Only, it’s not Friday, it’s Saturday, and Jim can’t figure out where his lost day went. Kevin Anderson, Jim’s business partner, is nowhere to be found, and to make matters worse, it appears that Jim’s entire company has folded. Without his knowledge.
Along with a disgruntled local cop, Jim sets off to investigate where his Friday went, why his business partner disappeared, and most important of all, who is Ben Jackson.
Ben Jackson is a short psychological suspense story and is roughly 10,000 words or 31 pages in length.
Ben Jackson is available at:
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