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I’ve been thinking about what to write in my blog today and reflecting on the memorial service I went to last night and the little league opening ceremonies I attending this morning I figured I’d just ramble a bit about life. But before I do, I’ve got to hand it to my favorite cover artist. The rendering of the cover for Dark Reckoning is fabulous! If I could give you a big hug, I would! I may just have to hop on a plane to Australia just for that!
Now onto my reflections and ramblings.

Last night I was lucky enough to celebrate the life of a business colleague. In listening to the heartfelt stories from his family it got me thinking. It wasn’t the enterprise he built that made the differences in their lives, it was the personal connections, the relationships built that mattered in the end.

So the importance of relationships is at the forefront of my mind this morning and how much I appreciate those that have given me their trust and respect. Those that listen to me whine when I’m stressed, and those that celebrate with me when good news is announced. I have a whole slew of folks that have helped me get where I am in both my day job and the writing side of life that I so very much appreciate and wish to let them know they ROCK!

The relationship I have with my children is pretty good. Which is a blessing, they talk to me and I like to think I’ve inspired them to reach for their dreams.

On the subject of my kids, today was opening day for little league in the town I live in. So . . . PLAY BALL!

JET

J. E. Taylor, suspense writer and Allegory E-zine assistant editor is delighted to announce the acceptance of her debut novel by FIDO Publishing. Dark Reckoning, scheduled for release on July 5, 2010, is the first in a planned series featuring undercover FBI Agent Steve Williams.

DARK RECKONING: released by FIDO Publishing (www.FIDOpublishing.com) on July 5, 2010:

A sadistic killer stalks the secluded college town of Brooksfield, New Hampshire. With bodies piling up and rumors of the murders being part of sacrificial hazing rituals, the FBI plants Special Agent Steve Williams in a fraternity at Brooksfield University. His investigation takes a ninety degree turn into the bizarre when he’s introduced to Jennifer, a clairvoyant co-ed who swears the killer isn’t human.

Steve considers the plausibility of the extraordinary, the unspeakable, even the inconceivable when his notebook starts bleeding cryptic messages. Messages that indicate Jennifer is at the heart of the darkness in Brooksfield.

When she describes her latest vision, a trail of violent deaths, including his, Steve asks the million-dollar question: Is Jennifer trying to help . . . or is she actually the one responsible?

J.E. Taylor’s short stories have appeared in Niteblade and Allegory and she has credits in three upcoming 2011 and 2012 eXcessica anthologies.

Her first erotic suspense novel Survival Games received a 4–star review from Manic Readers, an edgy, erotic, hang by the edge of your seat thriller that will be released on July 19, 2010 by eXcessica.(www.excessica.com) Mind Games and End Game, the final two in the Games trilogy are due to be released by eXcessica on November 29, 2010 and February 14, 2011 respectively.

Ms. Taylor lives in Connecticut with her husband and two children.

Visit her at http://www.JETaylor75.com.