Good morning (or afternoon, or evening)! Collection I: The first four tales is available, for a limited time, for free on the Kindle bookstore. Happy reading, and feel free to post a quick review.
A real page-turner (or screen-tapper!), https://t.co/ioYrdgGlnd is responsible for me losing a lot of sleep the last few nights! #amreading— Jack B Calhoun (@jackbcalhoun) 30 July 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
It was a September day, the Edinburgh air on the turn from Summer’s comfort to Autumn’s starkness, and I was on my way to the edge of town shopping centre with Andy, my high school classmate. It was a Tuesday, and we were taking advantage of our mid-morning free period to check out the latest … Continue reading Come fly with me? (short story) | Jack B Calhoun
The second in the Introducing... series, bringing you the lowdown on the key characters from Collection I: The first four tales by Jack B Calhoun Andy McFarlane, one-time banker, now full-time dog walker to Edinburgh's most pampered pooches, has a secret. Unfortunately for him, he also has baggage. A divorce, an obsession with keeping up … Continue reading Introducing…Andy McFarlane (The Dark Side of Doggy Daycare)
A frustrated twenty-something journalist with one previously failed attempt at heading down to the big smoke to hit the 'big time', Chris Alderson starts Eclipsed with a hangover. When he gets an early call from his boss, the brash Dave Jenkins, and ends up on assignment with professional photographer and old hippie Reg Pascoe, things don't seem … Continue reading Introducing…Chris Alderson (Eclipsed)
A collection of four short stories, dealing with themes ranging from greed to starting over, is available now on the Amazon Kindle book store. Collection I: The first four tales is priced at just 99p (or your local currency's equivalent). I'll be running a short series of features on the main characters of each story over … Continue reading Collection I | Jack B Calhoun
Second Elmore Leonard I've read recently, and this one is a belter. Non-stop pleasure reading: Get Short #bookreview #amreading — Jack B Calhoun (@jackbcalhoun) 16 July 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
Just finished Sebastian Barry's Days Without End. Reminded me of a big long dark cloud, perforated with holes where the sun shines (1/2)— Jack B Calhoun (@jackbcalhoun) 15 July 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js (2/2) through all the brighter for being so often obscured. Not an easy or nice novel, but very readable. #bookreview #amreading— Jack B Calhoun … Continue reading Days Without End, by Sebastian Barry