Jordan Antonacci is an HVAC Technician by day and blogger by night, working out of the hot, hot lands of Dallas, Texas. When he isn’t trying to avoid heat stroke, he can be found at his desk with an espresso, brewing up a new story or a post for his blog. Outside of writing, Jordan has a mild case of wanderlust. He enjoys road trips, cruises, and flights out to California to visit his family. His dream is to make a living with writing and visit every country the world has to offer.
What's the story behind your latest book?
Though the story revolves around a serial killer and the death of an innocent woman, at its heart, The Killed Conscience is a bit of a love story. It's about how far we'd be willing to go to protect those we love and care for.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
The first story I ever wrote was something like a prequel to The Killed Conscience. When I was thirteen I made a bucket list; on the list was "Write a book." So, when I was eighteen, I wrote my first story, How to Kill a Conscience. It ultimately just went away to sit in a folder on my desktop.
When a body surfaces showing signs of a recently-convicted killer, journalist Emilee Weathers looks to make her career by finding out if it's the work of a copycat, or if the real killer was ever even caught.