Joseph John "Jay" Reyes Tolentino started writing when he was in high school, but could not finish his story due to his school's busy schedule. He took up writing again in college with another unfinished fiction with the working title "Guttsburgh".
He started working on Lone Creek almost a year ago, and is now working on upcoming books on this series.
He now works as a Chapel Coordinator for his local Parish, and lives with his family in Bacoor City, Cavite, Philippines.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
Basically just seeing the scenes in my head become actual words on paper, in this case, a PDF document. And being able to share it with the world.
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
I like to relax and in a way clear my mind by watching movies on DVD and Blu-ray, which I am an avid collector of. I recently became a fan of PS4, so I spend time on playing games on that too. I have a bunch of close friends and relatives who became inspirations of the main characters of Lone Creek, who I hang out with regularly.
Finally, I listen to music. I recently became a fan of soft instrumental music, and I highly recommend you take a listen to David Tolk's In Reverence, also Hiatus.
A small town rocked to the core by a series of gruesome murders. Caught in the middle are Sheriff Ryle McHeaven, Father Dominic Figures, Rain Benson and a young boy shrouded in mystery. A shadow of unspeakable evil lurks in the bowels of Lone Creek. And the water turns red.