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What are you working on next?
The final installment in the maple Drive series
What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
A paycheck and it's a new day grab it shake it and see what falls out.
A storm is coming. A storm is coming and not everyone will make it through the night.
As we step back into the world of Maple Drive one more time we will follow a couple and the events that unfold that will change their lives forever.
The next book in this series will bring this and the others into one cohesive story
Lady in the Room
on Sep. 26, 2013
Great work, keep em coming. Could have expanded a little at the end but still great job
on Sep. 26, 2013
Colin Reed defiantly knows how to set a mood
Trick or treat
on Sep. 26, 2013
great story,fun read. reminded me of being a kid. thank you.
Isaac's Bible (a flash fiction story)
on Oct. 16, 2013
Great story, love the atmosphere and feel.
The face you went with a male perspective I found interesting.
Looking forward to more.
P.S. thanks for the review honest and constructive without being nasty
And I found a great author
Bacon Double Cheesemurder
on Jan. 16, 2014
Great story. I did see the outcome, but I think I knew that going in and I still enjoyed the ride. Odd, is the story setting in America or the UK? Other than the use of the words gormless, tyres it could be set in America.
Thanks for the read and love the cover.
on Jan. 18, 2014
Nice job of setting the mood and showing his descent. It reminds me of the old spy movies. Nicely done.
on Jan. 18, 2014
Great story. I agree the dialogue was realistic and a good twist at the end.
Fun read, thanks.
on Jan. 23, 2014
I enjoyed your store, thank you. Do not listen to people like Patrick Jane.
A one word review isn't constructive and as a fellow author he should be ashamed.
If you haven't, check out First Mistakes by David Blake, especially the first part.
It can be found here at Smashwords. Keep writing.
26 Minds on Standby
on Jan. 30, 2014
Fantastic! I read it the first time start to finish and then again out of order and the execution works as good as the concept. I had this mental image of a camera moving me from one person and story to another with a narrator. Loved it, but dogs can look up I don’t care what Big Al says.
on Jan. 31, 2014
Stars off a little like Robert Frost with a great description of the woods.
Great job with the ending things build up from bad to worse.
Smashwords Writing Duel
on Feb. 05, 2014
“Won of the best storys on Smasshwords ive ever red.”
Starts off fun with the back and forth and ends with a bit deeper back story of Linda. Nicely done.
I didn’t see Linda’s character as weak, but more…. lived.
God, I'm glad “Clever Trevor” hasn’t found me yet and I'm starting to agree with some of the reviews of this and your other stories. Dammit, I wish id thought of that story first!
Great job, thanks
Here in Sullen
on April 27, 2014
I enjoyed your short story very much, like a twilight zone with a point. Just one thing I feels a bit rushed,something I'm guilty of my self. A little more time with it I think you could have taken it from good to great. Thank you for sharing your work.
Two Birds (A Short Mystery)
on July 28, 2014
I loved the story,nicely done the pace and layout of the story is spot on.
Can't say much more without giving something away.
on July 28, 2014
Fun story. Like the other review stated can't say much more but read, enjoy and hope for round two.
20 Minutes of Terror - A True Story
on Aug. 02, 2014
Fun story very descriptive. Thank you look forward to reading more of your work. Just read it I don't want to give anything away. You mite figure it out before you get to the end but great story.
on Sep. 05, 2014
Nice story I would've liked a little more. The transition from the house to the car didn't flow for me. That being said I still enjoyed it and look forward to reading more of your work.
on Sep. 28, 2014
Nice story and well written but I agree with Mr Lee I think I just wanted a little more. Great job, keep writing and thank you.
on Oct. 22, 2014
Fun and nicely written short and perfect for the season.
on Oct. 25, 2014
Great job. I'm like Cyril I would have liked a little more.
And as the father of two girls more power to you, I'm behind you.
Twas A Good Day To Die
on Dec. 22, 2014
It's a little different than Jonathan Strickland other works but definitely worth the read. I like the blinding in of where we are in the story with the back story of how our it got to this point. Nice job and thank you.
on Jan. 04, 2015
I like the way the story is laid out and loved the ending.
Your motto of " All thriller, no filler" is evident and works perfect.
Great story. Thank you.
Another Day At The Office
on Jan. 08, 2015
Great story. Love the fact that I doesn't go where you think. With more then one plot twist this story it makes for a fun read.
Thanks for sharing your work.
The Graveyard's Retribution
on March 18, 2015
The cemetery is lovely, dark and deep,
But I have promises to reap,
And mite be awhile before you sleep.
I agree the story is a little darker and that's a good thing. The characters are well done and the back story and ending fit perfectly. With a nice build up all the way to the end. Oh and nice cover.
Let the Reader Beware
on April 14, 2015
Only from the mind of Jonathan Antony Strickland can you go into short story with the question of are you who you think you are? Are you sure? And come out the the other side with a smile and a feeling of humanity.
The Fool and the Fiend
on Oct. 05, 2015
Another great story from Jonathan Anthony Strickland where he's managed to give the reader micro stories with in a short story but never take you out of the main story line, no easy feat. I loved the twist at the end. Oh and I've spent the last three days crying and cursing the yeti. Would love to read that story.
The King of the Dumps
on Dec. 19, 2015
Great short story about King Kong and the little people in his life and death.
Love the Epilogue. Clean-Up in Aisle 5
Have You Ever Nogged A Nag?
on April 18, 2016
Fun story. As with all Jonathan Antony Strickland stories it's the well drawn characters that suck you in. Great job and thank you.
My Idea For An Ideal Heaven
on Aug. 01, 2016
I love the fact that I always feel as if I'm sitting and being told a story by someone even though I'm the one reading it. This is no different. Fun read.
Nonsense and No Sense
on Aug. 20, 2017
Great bunch of stories, poems and riddles. Riddle #4 mad me smile and now I think I’m off to make some eggs. Thanks for the stories and….eggs.
Abandoned: A Ghost Story
on Nov. 23, 2017
I enjoyed the story but I would have liked a little bit more of an explanation at the end. If it had been a short story or flash fiction I would have been ok with the ending. That being said it was well written and I like your writing style. Thank you for sharing your story. I will definitely check out your other book on Amazon.
on Dec. 22, 2017
Good story, reminds me a little of the movie identity. l enjoyed the writing style. Made for a quick and easy read. My only complaint is that on Smashwords, Amazon etc. It doesn't indicate that it is book one of a trilogy.
Let's Hope the Future Doesn’t Sound This Bad
on March 18, 2018
I love when new music explodes on the scene. You've managed to combine some of my favorite things ...aliens, music, art. Great character and setting description though out the course of the story. Great ending as well.
on May 16, 2018
Fun short story. Looking forward to reading more from this author.
The Two Wrongs That Made A Right
on Nov. 12, 2018
Great little read. Your writing and stories always make me smile and this one doesn't disappoint. I love when Greggor emerges from the crypt.
In Fear Of The Red White And Blue
on Nov. 14, 2018
Got to admit I'm a little curious about those mad furry big-eared bastard's.
Fun story. Great sense of humor as always. Now I think I'm off for a cup of...