Publication of Jamie Shank’s next ebook, Conner.

02/14/2017. It’s posted! Jamie Shank’s next ebook, Conner, will be available on for the low, low price of $2.99 within the next forty-eight hours. Conner is an 88,888 word prison story about two unfortunate fathers, a mysterious visitor, an unruly bunch of inmates, and of course the prison staff.

Though the main plot is a very deep and serious one, Conner is a fast-paced and fun, character oriented story line which is jam packed with lots of humor and plenty of laughs, as well as mystery, thrills, and suspense. Between the title character Conner’s line of witty one-liners and Ran into an Old Friend jokes and the Visitor’s short stories, not to mention Welcome Aboard and Zeus’ Temple, Conner is a novel that will leave you spellbound and smiling.

The breaking point… What one would sacrifice? What one would give, or give up? What one would forfeit? And what if, in the end, that sacrifice was for nothing? Hopes and dreams converted, concerted, distorted, displaced, and soon to be about-faced. What consequences will the truth bring? And there’s no way to stop it from happening, it has already been done! After everything… and now nothing can be done to change a thing! A life for a better life! That had been the plan! A life for a better life! And now all that’s left is, “What to do now?!”

Visit the link posted to preview excerpts from Conner, Just ‘Cause OverturesJust ‘Cause Further Explorations (a 160,000 word, two part war story detailing the life of John Anderson, Jr. and his struggles with a draft, boot camp, a war, and a little something extra and special before it’s all said and done), and a couple of other future releases by Jamie Shank.

All available ebooks are $2.99 on, and now here’s that site info… 


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