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Bloody Sunrise
by Gregg Bell

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Denny O'Callaghan is afraid to open his eyes.

He'd been out drinking last night with the guys, and his head throbs, his arms hurt, and he can't remember what he's done.

He opens his eyes. Blood. On his sheets. His pillowcase.

Then he gets a call: his ex-wife was murdered last night.

He desperately tries to piece together what happened. But he can't explain how he got the scratches on his arms, the police want to know about the domestic violence report his ex filed against him, and his buddies say he was raging against her last night before he stormed off on his own.

Right about the time she was murdered.

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Hello from Connecticut, USA
« on: June 11, 2017, 12:23:02 PM »
Hello, everyone.

I have been writing since the October my mother took out her Remington typewriter to create her letter of greetings she inserted in Christmas cards.  She let me play with the manual behemoth and, for fifty-three years, writing has been a love, although my only publications were in school magazines or trash cans.

On April fifteenth of this year, I logged into Kindle Direct Publishing and published my first story, Transition, achieving a life-long dream.

I wish my late wife, Wanda, could have been there to share that moment.  A paperback version of Transition sits next to the urn holding her ashes in memory of all the nights I'd be firing away at some ideas and she'd kiss me and say, "I'm going to bed.  You finish that and I'll see you in the morning."

I am a firm believer that KDP has been very helpful to literature.  There are so many independent authors who are publishing who would never have done so without a lot of money.  I began Transition knowing I could not afford literary agents of the professional services they'd require before presenting the story.  Yes, there are many improvements to be made but - as someone who learned programming languages on a machine the size of a refrigerator, I think they'll happen.


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Re: Hello from Connecticut, USA
« Reply #1 on: June 19, 2017, 01:42:59 PM »
Hello Billie,

Welcome to the KBoards, home of the friendliest and most knowledgeable indie writers and editors on the Internet.  Make yourself at home and ask anything. You'll get thoughtful, useful answers.

Congratulations on taking the plunge! Here's wishing you success with your writing.


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