J.D. Salem was born in Cookstown, Ontario. He has a strong passion for both writing and the horror genre, which leaves him with an insatiable appetite. He strives to produce stories that grasp the reader and push the buttons that we would much prefer to be left alone.
Over the years J.D. has taken experience from reading the likes of; Stephen King, Anne Rice, Clive Barker, Poppy Z Brite and the list goes on. His collection of books that he enjoys is not just limited to horror either. A lot of his inspiration comes from elsewhere. Such as collections that include Danielle Steele, Tom Clancy, John Wyndham and even more. In J.D's own words, "there is no limit on inspiration".
In regards to his style, it is still young but is constantly growing the more he reads and writes. It's this ever-growing determination which leaves him craving more and more from himself and the words that come from him. Every book he writes forces him to do better and he embraces it graciously. There is a deep love that keeps him striving to do better and expand more every chance he gets.
On his journey he hopes to supply us with many sleepless nights and unsettling days. His first book "The Devil's Delivery" is his first step of many at bringing his inner demons to light. As an author he hopes that you will go on this journey and watch him not only entertain but grow as a writer.
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by J.D. Salem
Jeremy and Samantha were enjoying their time off, relaxing and taking in the beginning of a new day. Out of nowhere there was a shriek that pierced out through the crisp morning, like a shard of glass being violently driven into an ear canal. It was undeniably coming from the backyard. The place where just moments ago everything was peaceful. The place where moments ago Shane was sitting...alone.
The Devil's Delivery
by J.D. Salem
Published: June 8, 2015
As the saying goes, an offer that seems to good to be true, usually is. Mike Belmont, a man of many talents, finds himself on the brink of losing everything after he loses his job. Soon after, his days become an alcoholic haze at the local pub. That is until he meets a man who has so much to offer and asks so little in return, or does he?
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