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I have been a book lover all my life. A little over two years ago, I began a book review blog, “Red Adept Reviews.” I focused on independently published (Indie) books because I loved having the opportunity to discover new talent. During my first year of reviewing Indie books, I was forced to give too many low ratings due to the poor editing of the books I reviewed. My frustration with that led me to start Red Adept Editing Service.
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Occasionally, we come across books that we simply can’t put down.
We recognize these books by branding them as “Red Adept Selects.”
Red Adept Select books are chosen by our professional team of editors and proofreaders for being “outstanding in their genre.” To avoid any conflict of interest, Red Adept reviewers do not review books edited by the team, though they do contribute in the choosing of our Select books.
And now, This Month’s Feature Title:
4.1 stars – 28 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:
The Doomsday Clock gauges the threat of nuclear war. Currently, the clock is set at six minutes before midnight.
What happens after the hands reach midnight?
Survivalist Leeland Dawcett finds out when he and his family are plunged into the nightmare of their country returned to a third-world state.
No phones. No computers. No television.
At first, Leeland thinks basic survival is the answer.
Until he crosses the path of the wrong guy…
A guy who wants more than just to survive.
What Readers Are Saying
“I thoroughly enjoyed this novel. Jeff’s knowledge & description of the life of a family after D-Day is insightful!! His ability to being his reader along through the trials, sadness, & joys that I can imagine people would face during such a trying time. Can’t wait for more from him. Thank you Jeff.”
– Bonnie Zamora, Amazon Reviewer, 5 Stars
Survival fiction is my fave and i gotta tell ya..this man nailed it..i couldn’t put the book down…i cant wait til his next book..awesome writer and this was a great read!!! hurry Jeff i can’t wait til you write your next book!!!
– Amazon Reviewer, 5 Stars
About The Author
The storytelling gene was inescapable. A father whose daredevil adventures personified the rebellious preacher’s son, a Choctaw mother, and a veritable cast of characters in the family made for lots of “Did you hear about?” stories, as well as the inevitable oral histories.Influenced by martial arts, trigonometry, Star Wars, and ice cream, Jeff finally decided what he wanted to be when he grew up—which should happen any day now—an author. His long-ignored and oft-lamented Attention Deficit Disorder notwithstanding, you hold in your hands the result of many years of patient writing, re-writing, research, and long hours at the computer.
Jeff’s incredibly organized and intelligent wife’s influence may be noted in this novel, but she in no way claims responsibility for any of the content, other than to say the story could use some “spice,” which is what you would expect from a fan of J.D. Robb.
Jeff and his family live somewhere near Houston, Texas, with two “goggers,” three kids, one grandchild, and Dead Tehya, the cat.
Half Past Midnight is his debut novel.
Note from the author: And that, dear reader, is what you get when you allow your wife to write your bio page!
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