J.D. Couch


Author JD Couch lives with his Wife and Kids in a small town in North Carolina. He is the Partner of Jerriann Wayahowl Law. They have six books together on smashwords; four are found on Jerriann's page, plus three of her own. Two are featured here.
They are hard at work on their next Novel, plus they also compose poetry, short stories, and song lyrics.
J.D. Couch is an accomplished musician, having been a guitarist for 40 years. He wrote his first song at age 9. Videos of many of the songs can be found at YouTube, at authorjdc, acougrilaw, or AGJDC2CarolinaDuo.

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Just Believe: Poems and Stories of the Supernatural
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 16,140. Language: English. Published: April 17, 2013. Category: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - multi-author
Just Believe is a collection of poems and stories featuring unusual themes, having that sense that one should just believe and not ever give up on hope, or on the belief that much is out there that goes beyond common thought or reasoning, and isn't always easily explained.
Talbot Mc'Near and the Mystery of Delton House
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 15,940. Language: English. Published: April 15, 2013. Category: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Short Stories
Talbot Mc'Near investigates the 50 year old mystery of the double disappearances of Reba and Bradley Delton at their farm which is known to be haunted to those living in Sharps Landing, North Carolina. What happened all those years ago, and what does a 500 year old ghost of Conquistador Joachim have to do with the Delton missing persons case as well as others that went missing in the area?

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  • Ignatius Ignoramus, The Ill-Fated on Sep. 20, 2012

    this is a very funny and amusing story, and I must say I about laughed my head off and this story I know took a lot of hard work and dedication, on writing a comedy and Jerriann did it perfectly I gave it five stars and it was well deserved. Author JD Couch.
  • Dead Man's Fingers on Sep. 27, 2012

    Jerriann Law has done a brilliant job with this work of Fiction. It keeps you turning the pages, with a plot and story line unlike anything I've ever read. The Characters are well crafted and it is an over-all well put together horror story. I'd recommend this story to anyone looking for a scary read that offers more than just a scream-fest; this story has some unusual twists. Author JD Couch
  • Red Slippers on Sep. 27, 2012

    Jerriann Wayahowl Law pieced together a fine work of fiction in Red Slippers; a bit of a Ghost Story with just a hint of a thriller telling three different perspectives over a simple pair of shoes setting on a porch. This is truly worth reading; if you love a great suspense story then Red Slippers is the story for you. I gave it a well deserved 5 Stars, Author JD Couch.
  • Warped Mirrors on Oct. 09, 2012

    Review Date: 10-9-2012 Rating ***** SP Mount has a way with words that speaks of great imagination. It was well thought out and pieced together perfectly, crafting a story that crossed over more than one genre. I found it unusual, and was caught up by the building intensity as the well rounded characters played out their hand, centered around a weird Maya inspired board game. It's a very funny tale, but also steps out of the ordinary and into the unusual. I couldn't wait to find out just what Julian would decide to do. If you want to read a story that is not predictable, then Warped Mirrors is the story for you. Author JD Couch.
  • A Steampunk Valentine on April 26, 2013

    A number of stories and poetry within, all written with a shared enthusiasm about steampunk; and the authors range from first-timers to some who know the genre well. I found the best stories later in the book, although a couple had typos. I rate this four stars, because it had so many authors that to give it 3 stars over all would be unfair, I think. It was considerate of the publisher to include all the entries, since some authors admitted to being their first story ever. Thanks for the free copy...if you're not aware of how fun steampunk can be, this collection will certainly show you it can be quite delightful.
  • The Hairdresser - Reversal of Fortune on June 30, 2013

    SP Mount's story is realistic, a bit gritty, but characters well rounded and if I met them on the street, I'd be following them just to find out what the hell they would do next. If this world is as messed up as this Reversal of Fortune describes no wonder I'm so damned worried. Man, great piece...and loved the gruesome edginess. Author JD COUCH, 6-30-2013
  • The Hairdresser - Seeing Red on June 30, 2013

    Jennyfer is human, flawed and crude, and rude too but she's a character their must be hundreds just like in the world of today's sleaziness. Maybe not to everyone's taste as this isn't a pretty story but life ain't so damn pretty 95% of the time...so if you're willing to admit it's time to 'get real' with what's happening, this story is open, honest and actually has heart. Your a writer I admire and feel privileged to read; your humor is the saving grace of what might be too dark otherwise. GOOD JOB and work all 5 stars. Author JD Couch, 6-30-2013