The Day God Winked

Rated 4.58/5 based on 12 reviews
Every human on earth would remember exactly where they were on the day everything changed. Like Pearl Harbor or JFK’s assassination or September 11th, 2001, The Day was firmly anchored in everyone’s conscience— sometimes clear, sometimes confusing and ultimately unfathomable. But for one troubled man, The Day meant so much more. Warning for strong language and depictions of drug use. More
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About Mark Jacobs

Mark Paul Jacobs lives in lovely Dauphin, Pennsylvania. He enjoys fishing the Canadian north, poker, and annoying his wife. He has authored two novels: How Teddy Roosevelt Slew the last Mighty T-Rex, a Historical Science Fiction tale set in 1914, and the hard science fiction novel: The Yaakmen of Tyrie, a powerful and mysterious tale of bravery, loss, perseverance, betrayal, and redemption. He is also quite proud of his awe-inspiring short story: The Day God Winked and his chilling novelette with the provocative title: The Watchers from within Moments Revealed, an almost universally well reviewed work for which he has written a screenplay suitable for an ‘Outer Limits’ episode. These and several other works are available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple, Sony, and How Teddy Roosevelt Slew the last Mighty T-Rex and The Yaakmen of Tyrie is available in paperback via Mark is working on a movie screenplay tentatively called Stain which is a gritty murder conspiracy based in Central Pennsylvania similar to the movie ‘Fargo’ or ‘Reservoir Dogs’. Please enjoy his works and don’t be afraid to tell him what you think on his Facebook page, twitter account, or by email. And lastly, please take the time to leave him a review of his work; it doesn’t have to be long or long-winded, but it does make him feel that his hard word has touched someone’s life in some way. You can leave a review wherever his books are available.

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Review by: James Jenkins on Feb. 7, 2016 :
The concept is 4 stars and seems to be original. I personally was not a big fan of the delivery; we don't learn what the big deal is until late in the story. While it is astounding and well written the leading and trailing parts of the story did not work well for me.
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Review by: Gavin Murphy on Oct. 1, 2013 :
Great read. Fascinating read.
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Review by: Yvonne Vermey on July 19, 2013 :
I agree totally with Gary Stuart there.. Gonna read all his books and thanks for sharing them for free!
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Review by: Red Jackson on May 22, 2013 :
This story did evoke a certain atmosphere. I would mention that I found several typos but that would risk making me a hypocrite. Thanks Mr. Jacobs for offering your story for free.
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Review by: gary stuart on Jan. 11, 2013 :
A good read. I like this style very much. I will read more of your work.
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Review by: Jeremy Lee on Nov. 27, 2012 :
This is well written prose. It flows nicely. I did not stumble and feel the need to re-read passages. Mark Jacob's short, compelling and immersive story gives a tantalising glimpse into the quality one might expect in his full work.
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Review by: Himansh Mishra on May 19, 2012 :
I am not much of a reader. I never really liked reading, until I stumbled upon this masterpiece.
A gripping short, yet profound and complete story. It makes me realize how entertaining reading can be! Thank you Mark Paul Jacobs.
I loved it.
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Review by: geekconsortium on April 24, 2012 :
A good short story that leaves the satisfaction of a fuller story telling, well done.
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Review by: Kathy Pressley on Jan. 25, 2012 :
A great tale that combines a bit of the supernatural with the spiritual
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Review by: Ide Ojo on May 18, 2011 :
This book deals with love, fear, pain and guilt. It has all the twist and turns we go through when lonely and feeling lost. How do you know it is ok on the other side when your loved ones are no more? This Day God Winked gives a fascinating look into that world. I agree it is a must read.
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Review by: Larry Enright on April 15, 2011 :
I love this story. Mark Paul Jacobs has spun a fascinating tale of hope in hopelessness.
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Review by: Bridget Squires on April 12, 2011 :
Such a powerful and emotional tale by the wonderful Mark Jacobs. This is fantastic and moving. A must read
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