My book, When Darkness Comes: A Collection of Short Horror Stories, is now available on Amazon, both eBook and paperback! Check it out and give it a read!
When Darkness Comes has been given a full synopsis. The tentative release is scheduled for mid-January 2016. Find the full synopsis below.
‘When Darkness Comes’ is a collection of short horror stories meant to drive terror into the hearts of readers. From the macabre to the grotesque, J. D. Brucker presents original and gut-wrenching tales tailored to ignite our deepest and darkest fears.
The Late Shift – Charles Ferrell, a once heralded surgeon in the field, is quite tired of working the midnight shift in the local emergency room. One night a stranger is brought in with unique wounds, setting off a string of terrifying events.
The Hunger – The life of a small-town high school student is thrown into chaos when he suddenly realizes something strange is happening to the locals.
Beautiful – The perfect woman with the perfect life. A wonderful home, a beautiful daughter. Not all is what it may seem.
Red – A poem.
Bluff Creek – A reluctant journalist, Clive Dryburn, is sent to accompany a small group of Bigfoot hunters. He believes the legends to be false but as the night grows dark, his skepticism begins to diminish.
Scratching At the Door – A poem.
The Corn Maze – It is 1970. Martha and Clark are in a troubled relationship, one without flare or spark. Clark decides to rejuvenate the relationship by entering a closed corn maze during the midnight hours of Halloween. The two find their troubles far extend what they had previously imagined.
My latest, Facing Oblivion, is available for purchase! You can find the book here in eBook format:
In paperback, you can pick up the book here:
The synopsis reads: “Life is an amazing thing, filled with happiness, optimism, sadness and pain. Theists have said atheists are incapable of experiencing the beauty of life because they do not believe in a god. Furthermore, theists have said the grieving process is ruined because atheists generally do not believe in an afterlife. In his fourth book, Facing Oblivion, J. D. Brucker argues against those claims to show it’s possible to live fruitfully and grieve properly without a belief in a god.”
I’m happy to announce my third book (Reason Over Faith: Antitheism & the Case against Religion) is now available on Amazon! Thanks to everyone for the support and a special thanks to Joey Lee Kirkman for agreeing to write the foreword!
Reason over Faith: Antitheism & the Case against Religion is edited and awaiting release! Stay tuned for more information.
The synopsis goes as such: Many contend religion is, in its entirety, tolerant and stands as a force for good. Millions of human beings worship a god and follow the doctrine of their chosen faith, never considering how harmful their beliefs may be. In Reason over Faith: Antitheism & the Case against Religion, J. D. Brucker takes a stand against all that is considered holy, giving the reader an introduction to how the top three monotheistic religions and faith have failed the human race in a miserable way.
Joey Lee Kirkman recently published the foreword he wrote for my book on his personal website, which can be found here.
I’ve also supplied a sample chapter of my own, which can be found here.
I look forward to your responses once the book is released!
Coming soon, my book Reason over Faith: Antitheism & the Case against Religion is on the home stretch. I’m happy to publish again with Atheist Republic, great group of guys and gals! The book will also include, which I’m very excited about, a foreword by the awesome Joey Lee Kirkman. More info to come!
My book God Needs To Go: Why Christian Beliefs Fail is now available in paperback! Follow the link below for more details.
Chris, a host from Unbuckling the Bible Belt, recently shared his thoughts on Improbable: Issues with the God Hypothesis. This is what he had to say:
“I became acquainted with the writing of J.D. Brucker about a month ago when I came across a post of his on Dan Arel’s Patheos blog, Danthropology. It was a bittersweet vignette about the death of a mentor and friend that he had lost contact with. When he tried to reconnect some time later, he found it out that in the intervening time, his friend had died in an accident. Rather than this story being one of despair and hopelessness, however, he told of his realization that death was just a word, and that what was truly important was to remember those who have died, and to live your own life fully.