I stumbled across this today while checking out my pages on Amazon.com, and found that someone left a review of my book for “Color or Die,” which was awesome – short, sweet, & awesome!
“This book is very well written. Easy to follow and impossible to put down! For every horror far this is a must read book! Can’t wait till the next book” – KevJams
Thank you KevJams for your review, especially on Amazon! I don’t see many reviews from readers due to people’s busy schedules anymore, and I sure do appreciate hearing from people who have taken the time to get my book! YOU ROCK!
If you want to get a copy of my book, “Color or Die” – please CLICK HERE! (18+/NSFW/ADULTS ONLY!)
Jake A. Wheat
I love when a book releases, and fun artwork is generated – this one was by a fan! I added the text, because I wanted to make it a desktop! XOXO to the person who submitted this, awesome! Gotta love art! Seriously, this is a really cool “pop out” art sheet that a very talented fan did for my book, and I love it!
I am sure we will have more fun submissions as time moves forward, and if you haven’t picked up a copy of my book yet – ORDER ONE! Adults only though, ok?
Jake A. Wheat
The Devil Is In The Details:
1. Mr. “B” or Mr. Balam aka. Balam is simply a demon spirit who at the beginning of the story manifests as a possessed youth, and then moves to two other forms. He has a sensual form, and his “God” form which is that of a muscular male, with three heads, and a barbed penis. He is a“real” demon spirit which when researched is quite fascinating. Google him!
2. A bottle of 1787 Chateau Lafitte – humorous and fictional acquisition by our character, Trace,unless it was given to him by supernatural means. The bottle of 1787 Chateau Lafitte, once thought to be owned by Thomas Jefferson, was the most expensive bottle of wine sold at auction ($156,000) – honestly.
3. Soldier’s Dance by William Tell – I was listening to classical music when writing that scene with Dr. Harrid, and that song came on. As I was writing the characters in my head seemed to choreograph well with the song, and so I gave it a mention. I actually gave a few songs mention in the story, because they came on my headphones as I was writing. Odd how that happens.
4. Anna – Detective Hodges had a Wife, but was also “dating” Anna. Re-read that part again.
5. Pope Street – I describe this house in vivid detail, because it exists. It has a trap door that goes into the basement, a walk up (narrow stairway) attic, and the floorboards in the attic can be removed to find “spaces” where a body can be hidden away. I hated the house, and I rented it for over a year, but felt very unsafe there. It was a shotgun, very large, and I always felt watched. I can remember walking out of that house for the last time and feeling like I was being rushed out by something. I never looked back.
6. Eve Adam Drive – A real place, I grew up there as a child. My childhood home is still there, and the neighborhood appears to be still very simple and quiet.
7. Jason Ryan Conner’s Photograph – The B&W photo that appears as Jason Ryan Conner’s character was photoshopped to look murdered, however the wound on his forehead is not fake.Turns out he accidentally hit his head during the shoot, and let it bleed to make the photo more authentic.
8. Clues – I clued readers in to the “changing of the collectors” many times in the transcripts between Hodges and Trace. Trace even says, at one point, that “his last one was most perfect.” He, of course, talking about himself.
9. Spunk Lube – it’s real. When lubrication is needed in my stories, I use either STR8CAMLube or SPUNK. SPUNK is the hybrid lubricate of STR8CamLube, and are sold by my friend Jeff in California who modeled for my book “The Spaghetti Seduction.” Need lube? SpunkLube.com
10. I (Jake Wheat) am fecalphobic, and so writing the scenes with the Hag and her poop issues really grossed me out. In fact, she was one of the few reasons I would have to quit writing for a bit. My imagination went haywire, and I grossed my OWN self out! LOL!