Books

Abigail Ward: Life After The Athena File

by Jennifer Haynie (@JenniferHaynie1) What’s the best cure for a broken heart? I should know. January of 2017 stank. Big time. You see, David Shepherd and I had been a couple for over six months by that point. Then things happened. Martin Luther King Weekend is a weekend I’d rather forget. When we had The ...continue reading

3 Reasons to Read Nonfiction

by Jennifer Haynie @JenniferHaynie1 I just finished reading a great book last night. And no, it wasn’t fiction, which is what I mainly read. It was nonfiction and is called Horse Soldiers by Doug Stanton. It’s about a Special Forces team who, within a month of 9/11, arrived in Afghanistan and assisted the Northern Alliance ...continue reading

Ben's Take on Loyalty

Note: In this post, you’ll hear from Ben Evans, Ziad’s best friend and an FBI agent posted at the US consulate in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia People use many words to describe me. Benjamin is Mom’s favorite, and she’s the only one who calls me by my full name on a regular basis. I've also been ...continue reading

Jabir's Dirty Little Secret

Blogger’s note:  This week, you’ll hear from Jabir al-Omri, the leading man in Loose Ends as he talks about his time since Panama Deception ended. It’s funny that my life perspective changed when I hit thirty over the summer.  Of course, a lot of what happened this past summer are things that most people my ...continue reading

As a reader, have you ever read a book and wondered why a character acted a certain way? Or what happened in their past to drive them in a certain direction? I certainly have. As a writer, I’ll drop in bits and pieces of a character’s past in such a way that by the end ...continue reading