I am older than I look and younger than I feel.
For most of my life, I lived so far back in the Cumberland Mts that I rarely came into contact with other people. I learned at an early age to make up stories as a form of recreation, but at that time, they were called lies. It was not until much later, that someone suggested I could put my overactive imagination to good use by writing fiction. One could either thank that person, or blame that person, depending on whether they like or dislike my work. I invite you to read my free books and let me know which way you’re leaning.
on Dec. 22, 2012 :
El Sombra by John Braswell is an excellent story. The only thing holding it back is the writing. The editing is non-existent. Like The Cover Up it is wordy. Missing words, extra words etc. As examples the author uses finely and past when the lines call for finally or passed. The story deserves a harsh professional editor to tear it apart and point out the grammar and punctuation errors and question the scenes that are not plausible. Few writers can do their own editing effectively. I hope the author accepts this criticism constructively and improves his writing. His story telling is top notch, but his published books don't warrant it in their present condition.
(review of free book)