RONALD FEASEL's Blog (37)

YOUR BOOK

I must comment about the thrill of getting a book published. Even though the novel may fall flat on it's face like a new water skier who get's a facelift while trying to learn the ballance of water sports, None the less the accomplishment that you have written a tale will always be with you. Then if you are compelled to write you keep on going on because you love to write. if you enjoy the art of writing you try to learn and fine tune your craft. Whose to say if you're good or not! But our love… Continue

Added by RONALD FEASEL on October 6, 2009 at 11:17pm — No Comments

THE TWISTED CRANES

They stood there twisted in surreal engagement

each trying to catch victory in their enragement,



The crane a symbol of peace

was in turmoil to say the least.



Many died in this wastefull war

fighting and killing galore,



The twisting of the symbol of peace

was yet another war they do not ceace,



This memorial stands at KU

forty four lost in this mileau,



I can't even count the many lost

by men in their quest--- oh… Continue

Added by RONALD FEASEL on October 6, 2009 at 10:43pm — No Comments

CAN I DO IT

It's four am

I'm writin again,



Lookin at the next chapter

do I add laffter?



It's a crime fiction

need good diction,



Want to make it intriguing

my spellin a frigging,



Develope the plot

make it hot,



Maybe a twist

need be on my list,



This is the crossroad

where I decide the load,



It must keep your attention

save me from detention,



They say the way you… Continue

Added by RONALD FEASEL on October 4, 2009 at 8:30pm — No Comments

new photos

I added a photo of my wife with her latest steed. She'doing quite well in competition. Anyone here interested in horses drop me a line . I'm considering a crime fiction in the horse area/

Added by RONALD FEASEL on October 2, 2009 at 9:30pm — No Comments

MORAL DILEMMA chapter 4

CH. 4 THE INTERVIEW

Ron Papasinsky called Jack and he accepted the invitation. Jack was on time at the Cisco Detective Agency owned and operated by Ron Papasinsky.

“I’m here to see Mr. Papasinsky.”

“Go right in, he’s expecting you.”

“How do you know me?”

“Saw the video, you were fantastic.”

“Thanks, I had one eye shut too.”

The receptionist laughed and Jack entered the office, Ron stood up and shook Jack’s hand.

“Glad you came.”

“No problem, what do… Continue

Added by RONALD FEASEL on September 30, 2009 at 11:00pm — No Comments

Why do we write what we write? by Reid Jackson

I really enjoy writing fiction stories. The freedom and imagination is a wonderful thing to apply. I pick crime fiction because of the many stories that can be created between characters and situations. The internal struggle between yourself and what the world presents to each of us is a life long tale. The action and suspense in a tale draws upon the many possibilities that people encounter. The old west is also an area I find intriguing and I enjoy reading and writing on that genre… Continue

Added by RONALD FEASEL on September 29, 2009 at 9:00pm — No Comments

A POEM by Reid Jackson

INVISIBLE TO THE EYE

The eye reveals many wonders that are real

Our feelings react when absorbed by light

The heart and soul gains feeling and insight

Our mind is bombarded with a rainbow of colors

We ewww and ahhh at the beauty of creation

Filled with beauty, which lifts our elation

The ugly and bad is there

Reminds us, cast’s on despair

Greed, lust, anger are conveyed

The downside of man displayed

But seek ye the invisible… Continue

Added by RONALD FEASEL on September 26, 2009 at 7:30pm — 2 Comments

THE LONG COATS Chapter 2

Ch. 2

Doolin`s gang stopped at a wide stream to water their steeds. The horses’ lips were dipped in the cool water satisfying their thirst acquired from the train heist. From the rise in the landscape the posse anxiously waited for the Sheriff`s signal. He raised his hand and signaled his posse into action. With guns drawn the galloping posse closed the distance quickly pouncing on their adversary.

The drinking horses were the first to sense the attack. Several horses` raised their… Continue

Added by RONALD FEASEL on September 25, 2009 at 6:30pm — No Comments

FASR FORWARDto ch.18--MORAL DILEMMA

MORAL DILEMMA QUERY



This is a fast forward to chapter 18 of the story Moral Dilemma. In a nutshell in order to set up this chapter I will reveal bit of the preceding chapters. My hope is to get feedback on this chapter and the main plot of Moral Dilemma.



Jack meets a detective who has clairvoyant episodes. They always occur when a serial killer is in the act of killing his next victim. Often the serial killer hasn’t been discovered by law enforcement. The detective makes a… Continue

Added by RONALD FEASEL on September 24, 2009 at 6:30am — 2 Comments

MORAL DILEMMA

MORAL DILEMMA





By















REID JACKSON































PROLOGUE

Jack had taken a job as an associate detective with a reputable detective agency in San Francisco. After his injuries while on a secret mission for the Navy he quit and took his disability pension. He wouldn’t be content with a desk job.

During one of his assignments he became involved in a… Continue

Added by RONALD FEASEL on September 23, 2009 at 2:51am — No Comments

MORAL DILEMMA chapter 3

CH. 3 BACK TO TOPEKA



The killer of The Unholy Priest returned home, he lived in Topeka, Kansas, he checked in at work. Captain Russell Brooks made a snide remark, “there’s that lazy detective whose case load is off the charts.”

“No problem, I’m gonna retire soon.”

“I remember in high school you were retired then too.”

The two had known each other as kids. They both grew up in Oakland adjacent to the Kaw River. Then it was a peaceful area and kids did what kids did… Continue

Added by RONALD FEASEL on September 21, 2009 at 9:00pm — No Comments

you get back what you put in

what do i put in

can i add to it with pen



i wonder when i write

maybe i'm a bit contrite



but i go ahead in my plight

often burning a light



sometimes i get uptight

full of doubt and fright



then someone says your right

then i stand upright



responding i write all night

till i start losing my sight



i can only do with all my might

a poem a tale hopefully with insight



i keep thinking… Continue

Added by RONALD FEASEL on September 21, 2009 at 4:30am — No Comments

MORAL DILEMMA chapter 2

CH. 2 FAST JACK

He was moving along smoothly as the wheels clicked over the separations in the sidewalk- tic-tic-tic. The two gang members had been watching Jack for a few minutes, they noticed he was dressed nicely and looked as if he might have a bit of cash. They were eager to rip him off and get a few bucks; they were both older gangers and had been gangers since they were younger. This was going to be easy as they walked up to Jack.

“Hey man, you get around in dat wheelchair… Continue

Added by RONALD FEASEL on September 20, 2009 at 11:00am — No Comments

My writing style

I found that as as a writer that to be excited and moved at the creation of the next chapter and development of a plot is for me essential to create any semblence of story that is worth telling. If my excitement is lacking then it's time to lay the pen down and to use my imagination. To simply write down ideas that stimulate me to write. Even to the extent of rewriting plots and charactors. Follow your instincts!

Added by RONALD FEASEL on September 19, 2009 at 9:28am — No Comments

To Entertain

As crime fiction writers it is our main goal to entertain. To surprise, hook, and draw the reader into our tale. The way that we use our skills determine our success as a author. There are many tools to draw upon in our quest. As has been said the art of touching on the senses of the reader is the key to entertainment. In essence get a response of some kind. The writing that puts the reader to sleep will fail.

Added by RONALD FEASEL on September 19, 2009 at 9:19am — No Comments

THE LONG COATS--- start of book

CH. 1

The eleven riders where perched on a rise staring intently at the billowing puffs of smoke. The smoke was in rhythm with the chug-chug-chug of the Iron Buffalo named by the Cherokee Indians (ta-lu-gis-gi yo-ni-si). Bill Doolin with his Wild Bunch sat motionless on their steeds in the hot afternoon sun, sweat staining the band of their cowboy hats. Their guns hanging secure in the leather holsters. Dolan is squinting under the brim of his hat at the oncoming iron buffalo, no one moved… Continue

Added by RONALD FEASEL on September 18, 2009 at 4:00pm — No Comments

MORAL DILEMMA chapter 1

MORAL DILEMMA





By















REID JACKSON































PROLOGUE

Jack had taken a job as an associate detective with a reputable detective agency in San Francisco. After his injuries while on a secret mission for the Navy he quit and took his disability pension. He wouldn’t be content with a desk job.

During one of his assignments he became involved in a… Continue

Added by RONALD FEASEL on September 18, 2009 at 3:00pm — 2 Comments

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