Jacob Parr currently lives on the Eastern Shore of the United States. As a writer he has written many different genres and lengths of stories over the course of his life. In high school, he was awarded and recognized upon graduation from the State of Maryland for his literary efforts. In college, he continued his passion for short stories and novels. He is currently at work on his second, full-length novel titled 'Tragedy', which will be set in the Baltimore Washington Area of the Nation's Capitol.
As a writer, I have written many different genres and lengths of stories over the course of my life. In high school, I submitted stories for our Nationally-acclaimed literary magazine Echoes, and was awarded and recognized upon graduation from the State of Maryland for my literary efforts. In college, I continued my passion for short stories and novels.
There are many ideas and stories to bring out of my mind and put to paper, however, my first step into the world of a full-length novel was Moonlit Nights, a project I had been most passionate about finishing and getting out to the public.
Moonlit Nights is a suspenseful and thrilling fiction, and its main antagonist, the werewolf, is a creature that has lived for centuries throughout all forms of media, including a rise in popularity over the last few years in books and film. This novel breathes life into the varying myths and legends of these ancient tales while bringing new ideas and surprises into a genre-crossing thriller.
I am currently in the process of finishing up my second novel, Tragedy, as I continue marketing my first book to the masses. Tragedy will be my next, full-length manuscript, taking place in the Baltimore Washington Area off of Washington D.C.
If you have any questions or comments for me about my writing, Moonlit Nights or any other upcoming project that I am working on, please feel free to contact me. I love hearing from my readers.
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by Jacob Parr
A crime spree of horrendous proportions is just beginning in the Washington Metropolitan Area as bodies begin to turn up horribly mutilated and torn to pieces. Aidan Preston, a Homicide Detective for the Montgomery County Police Department, delves into the case, finding himself immersed in a dark and dangerous world, the likes of which he has never seen. What secrets do these moonlit nights hold?
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