J.D.R. Hawkins

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Books Featured on Blog


I am honored to have two of my books, A Beautiful Glittering Lie and A Rebel Among Us, featured today on Stephanie’s Book Spotlight. When A Beautiful Glittering Lie first came out, it was selected as a B.R.A.G. Medallion winner. This award goes to the best independently published books.


Now with the publication of my new novel, A Rebel Among Us, Stephanie has offered to feature this book as well on her blog. Please be so kind as to check it out!


Also, this Saturday, my publisher will be holding a special book launch party for me on Facebook. Here is the link. Hope to see you there!


It’s Alive! Book Launch Tomorrow


My new novel, A Rebel Among Us, is now available! You can purchase the book through Amazon. Here is the link for the e-book:


And here is the link to order physical copies:


I am so excited about this new book! I’d like to once again thank my publisher, Foundations, LLC, and the J.D.R. Hawkins Books team for all your hard work.

My book launch party is tomorrow from 2-4 p.m. central time. Please join me tomorrow afternoon for lots of fun, laugh, and information about the book. Here is the link:


I hope to see you there!

Author Takeover Today!


Please join me this evening from 9:00 – 9:30 p.m. for an author takeover. The occasion is a book launch party for “The Silent Treatment,” written by Melanie Surani. Melanie is a fellow Booktrope author (our publisher). Here is the link to the party:


I will be taking over the page, discussing my books and authorship in general, and interacting with other participants. I will also be holding a giveaway! So please check it out. See y’all there!

Here is a blurb for the book:

Twenty-eight year old Katrina Jaitley is rebuilding her life after escaping an abusive boyfriend. The last thing she needs is the mystery she stumbles on during a bout of retail therapy. But she can’t ignore the coil of film — a piece of movie history — she finds hidden inside her purchase. Unfortunately, Peter, the handsome host of the estate sale, disappears before Kat has a chance to return it to him. Curious, Kat watches the strip and is shocked to witness the brutal murder of a famous 1920’s silent film star by a fellow actor. When a news article cites Kat as the film’s owner, her already complicated life goes from bad to worse. Someone is stalking her. Are they trying to silence her or what she has discovered?

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