These are nine stories about Jack, the world he lives in, and some of the people in his life.
Would you hunt a demon? What would it take to make you hunt a pack of demons? What if the demons were hunting you?
It would help if you did not have to do it alone. It would help if there was already a group of established demon hunters around to show you the ropes.
An A-51 phased plasma pulse pistol operating in a 40 watt range could give you a nice edge against a demon! Or, against an M1A1 Abrams main battle tank. It doesn't come up often, but it's nice to know 'ya got it if 'ya need it.
It would be good to have some mobility. The BMW R nineT Café Racer is a pretty mobile motorcycle. Even better when it is also a living creature.
You would also be helped by having a main base of operations. The bat guy has a cave, the red cape guy has an ice palace. Jack's home base is at St. Joan's Girls School. Right. I know, but you don't always get to choose where you end up.
These stories tell a little about who Jack is, and was, and where he is going, and also about the people he is going there with. He isn't even the focus in a couple of the stories.
The stories are not in chronological order. I know you don't know me, but you are just going to have to trust me on that one. It works. None of my early readers wanted me to go back to a chronological presentation. Just try it. You get some free read. Give it a shot. If you like it, do some more.
Last thing; these stories don't appeal to everyone. They are written from a Catholic/Christian point of view. If that is a problem for you, you may not like these stories. There are psalms, songs, Bible quotes, and a lot of talk about God. Some of the characters are into that.
I enjoyed writing it, and I wrote it to be enjoyed, but some of the stories of a heavier nature. Not for children. Contains no adult content. It has been called "not hokey" and also "uplifting".
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About the Author
Pedar Bloom is a writer and a retired psychotherapist living in the Fox Valley in Wisconsin, USA. He consults in problem solving, writing-related dilemmas, and other things that from time to time interest him.
He has degrees in Communication and Psychology, and worked as a pastor and in youth evangelism in non-denominational settings before returning to the Catholic Church in 1993.
Interests include reading and writing, Bible study, guitar, hiking and traveling with his wife, and staying active in his local Catholic parish.