Interview: Jason P. Reed

1. What led you to start writing? Honestly, it’s probably because writing seemed like the easiest creative pursuit available to me at the time. I had already given up on guitar and drawing, so I sort of fell back on writing because it was the only thing I could use to impress the one likeContinue reading “Interview: Jason P. Reed”

All Saint’s Day of the Dead

By Jason P. Reed All Saint’s Day of the Dead is a book written by Jason P. Reed under the banner of New Bayou Books. This was said about the Author on Goodreads.com. “Jason studied English at what was then the University of Southwestern Louisiana in the mid 90s and worked as a technical writerContinue reading “All Saint’s Day of the Dead”

Tattoos and Tans

By Jason P. Reed. Tattoos and Tans is a book written by Jason P. Reed. The book is published by him under the banner of New Bayou Books. This was said about the author on Goodreads.com. Jason Reed came of age in Eunice, Louisiana, in the 1980s. His fondest memories are of listening to AC/DCContinue reading “Tattoos and Tans”

Meth, Murder and Amazon

By G.S. Gerry Meth, Murder and Amazon is a book written by author G.S. Gerry. The BookViral Review had this to say: “When G S Gerry says his debut novel Meth Murder & Amazon is an experience unlike anything imaginable he’s not kidding! Wholly original and darkly humorous it’s not one of those portrayals ofContinue reading “Meth, Murder and Amazon”

In Loving Memory of Sherry Lewis

By Dennette Bender (Russell), Edited by Andy Betz It was not a typical Friday. It was the first day of the annual Decatur Celebration, a day many in central Illinois looked forward to. It was the marking of another great midwestern summer. Local corn harvesting, farming, and vacations were coming to an end. Children wereContinue reading “In Loving Memory of Sherry Lewis”

Missing in Orlando: What Happened to Jennifer Kesse?

By Molly McGuigan When one hears someone mention Orlando, Florida, the first image to come to mind is probably princess castles, looping roller coasters, and family fun.  Because of the opportunities, those interested in working in the hospitality industry flock to the Orlando area; there is no shortage of theme parks, recreational activities, and hotelsContinue reading “Missing in Orlando: What Happened to Jennifer Kesse?”

Murder and Mayhem

Murder and Mayhem on the Main Street of America: Tales from Bloody 66 By Jim Hinckley. “Families on vacation. Serial Killers. Truck drivers. Vagabonds. Celebrities. Gangsters. The weary and the wicked of all types and stripes traveled the Mother Road. And not all of them made it. Some ended up in jail, others ended upContinue reading “Murder and Mayhem”

Writer Interview: Russell Guenther

By Chris Bunton The Yard: Crime Blog loves to support writers. Here we have an interview with Russell Guenther. He has blessed us several times with his work, and we are glad to have gotten an interview with him. 1. What led you to start writing? “I’ve always loved to read, and been tinkering aroundContinue reading “Writer Interview: Russell Guenther”

Writer Interview: John Haymaker

John has submitted a couple of stories to The Yard: Crime Blog, and we have enjoyed reading his work. We contacted him, and asked if we could do an interview, and he was glad to answer our questions. What led you to start writing? “Blessed (or afflicted) with synesthesia, boundless imagination and desire to makeContinue reading “Writer Interview: John Haymaker”

Call for Submissions

The Yard: Crime Blog is always looking for submissions in the Crime Fiction, True Crime, Horror, and Dark Literature genres. We accept things crime related. Sci-fi, Detective, Noir, Fantasy, Police, Romance, all crime possibilities. We take Poetry. Flash Fiction. Short Stories, Series, Non-fiction and anything crime related. Do you have a story that involves aContinue reading “Call for Submissions”