“Dying Breath” is released!

A place of waiting.

The thought echoes over and over again through Jerome’s mind. Waking in a barn with no memory of where he’s come from, it is his only clue. But before he even has time to think, sleep bears down on him, and when he opens his eyes again, he’s someone else.

A soldier one moment, a financial analyst the next. A little girl. An old man. With each life Jerome experiences, he remembers something else of his own. Flashes of a bright light. A hospital bed. A mysterious woman named Darlene.

But what does it mean? What does each life have in common? Most importantly, what can it tell Jerome about himself?

My latest short story, Dying Breath, is released today!

About a year ago, I posted the first rough draft on Patreon. Now, finally, after having been through three editors, it’s released 🙂 I had a great time writing it, and I’m excited to share it with all of you.

You can buy the e-book for your Amazon Kindle, Kobo, Nook or Google device for just $1.99.

Find it for the Amazon Kindle by clicking here.
Find it for your Kobo device by clicking here.
Find it for the Barnes & Noble Nook by clicking here.
Find it on Google Play by clicking here.

I hope you enjoy the story, and if you feel so inclined, I hope you’ll write to me at jeff at jeffcolemanwrites dot com to let me know what you thought of the story 🙂

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2 thoughts on ““Dying Breath” is released!”

  1. Congratulations Jeff on your book being published. The long hard road of wrighting and waiting can be frustrating at times. So happy for you . you have a talent my friend and im very glad that i have this opportunity to say so . soon you will be on your way and making the number 1 list . reading your work is a release to me from all the hustle and bustle of life . my little one is now 13 and she loves your work also. Thanks for sharing a part of your imagination with us. How cool it is to be able to be a fly on the wall and see your hard work pay off . love how you share your world with us
    Thanks . a Fan of your work . Joe Fazzio.

    1. Thank you so much, Joe! It’s very rewarding to see the final result after so much work. I’m so happy I get to be a part of your and your 13 year old’s lives 🙂

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