The day they met, Jack fell in love and they’ve been together ever since. Life had been perfect, he had the kind of life every man dreamed of; the perfect wife, a great job and a foreseeable retirement. That was until the day he came across a letter addressed, ‘Dear Jack’.
Now he watches as the perfect marriage, job and life gets thrown into hell. A twisted stalker, spilt blood, desperate measures in desperate times. Who holds the secrets and who is telling lies? It’s a fight between good and evil, who will win?
I am what they call a hybrid writer and new to the business. I have always enjoyed writing but never gave it any serious thought until 2016 when I started writing “The Darkest Side of the Moon.” Before that I mainly wrote poetry which has been published through The American Poet Society and is in their library. I also wrote lyrics for a few of paramounts musicians which is up for grabs in their country catalogue. Currently I'm working on 5 books, including the sequel to The Darkest Side of the Moon. I try to help animals as much as I can. I feed the strays in my area everyday, but there is too many to keep up to, I also have a line of products on redbubble for that very cause. I love Animals, nature, music, movies, and art of all forms. My dream is to be living somewhere with a view, where i can build my animal santurary, and a back yard for my puppy.
Feeling a little dark are we? Kate isn't amused, and I wonder why.
Jack is a little frisky but he doesn't seem himself.
How would you react?
Jack felt a twinge behind his ear, “I think a migraine is coming on.” Kate frowned, “That’s not good.” Jack let out a deep sigh, and laid his head on her shoulder, leaning in to smell her neck.” Kate gave Jack an odd look, “you okay?” Jack looked up at her with a raised brow, and a schoolboy grin. He ran his fingers through her hair, he watched the expression on her face relax, and as it did, he grabbed her hair and gave it a pull. “Jack! What the hell?”