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Jason Daniel Kowalczyk
1850: The Lighthouse By Jason Kowalczyk
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All hauntings have a beginning, even the cursed Lighthouse of the city of Alucard Heights. When an odd stranger to the western town of Alucard Heights and makes a deal to build a Lighthouse, the... More > price may be more than one family is willing to pay. Jullien Froste wants to be able to to care for his family without a struggle, but with alcohol and women getting between him and his family, the stranger may be altering the deal just to enjoy himself.< Less
Incubus By Jason Daniel Kowalczyk
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An unapologetic rollercoaster ride through a dark world that pushes the boundaries of Paranormal Romance and that of Erotica to limits never imagined. As soon as you think that the story can go no... More > further, you are dragged further into the darkness of the Erotic Nightmare of Alucard Heights. Not for those who are offended by extreme sexual content, so consider yourself warned.< Less
I Testify By Jason Daniel Kowalczyk
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How would you react if you saw our savior with your own eyes? Would you deny it, tell yourself that what you saw was just what you wanted to see? What if there was no denying what you saw? Would you... More > be willing to tell the world, even if you risked being ridiculed or even harmed? In this work, Jason Daniel Kowalczyk get extremely personal with what he has to tell us. Here, He lays it all on the like for us to see, whether we believe or not.< Less
Jason Daniel Kowalczyk Presents: Serendipity By Jason Daniel Kowalczyk et al.
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The idea for “Serendipity” came to Jason Daniel Kowalczyk as he felt a need to give back, to make a lasting impression, and to do some good. He wanted to pick a charity and release a book... More > where all royalties could benefit that charity. On top of that idea had come the thought where other authors may want to contribute. Jason then decided to take it all one step further… He wanted to bring unknown authors together for a charity. Jason decided on the Ronald McDonald House charities and then started posting things on Facebook to try and find others to submit to the project. As the deadline came closer and closer, submissions came pouring in from writers that Jason felt were just as good, if not better than those who were being paid to write. After many conversations with William Pierson, it was decided that each volume of “Serendipity” would go to a different charity. Even if a copy of Volume One were to be sold twenty years from now, the money would still go to the same charity.< Less