Bloodshot is here. Book 2 in the Cam Derringer series.

BookCoverImageCam Derringer, Key Wests most intriguing Private Investigator, finds himself in New York City and in the center of an assassin’s plot which creates havoc for Cam and his closest friends.
Is Bloodshot just a crazy game inspired by a couple of bored millionaires? It seemed that way until the shots became more deadly.
Cam tries to fight his way through a battle of wits with the assassin known as Bloodshot only to find that his path has been blocked by beautiful women and too many loose ends.
When Cam realizes that Robin Anderson–his lover and FBI agent– might be the next target, he steps up his game.
With a new suspect at every turn, this fast-paced thriller leads Cam down a path of destruction, where he has to choose between reality and romanticism and ultimately between life and death.https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071JSTLB5



Identity: Todays prompt word

What is your identity? It is made up of your parents, your friends your education and much more. Can you control your identity? Of course you can. Take some time to check yours. Are you happy with it? if not don’t be afraid to change.
1.the fact of being who or what a person or thing is:

“he knows the identity of the bombers” ·
synonyms: name · ID · specification · identification · recognition ·

2.a close similarity or affinity:

“the initiative created an identity between the city and the suburbs”

3.a transformation that leaves an object unchanged.

4.the equality of two expressions for all values of the quantities expressed by letters, or an equation expressing this, e.g., (x + 1)2 = x 2 + 2x + 1.

Trademark? Everyone has one.

Do you have a trademark? Maybe the way you walk, your eyes or your smile. I’m sure I have some kind of trademark. I’ll give that some thought. Meanwhile if you know yours go to http://www.macofortner.com  and tell us about it.

Really it’s much more than this definition.


trademarks (plural noun)
  1. a symbol, word, or words legally registered or established by use as representing a company or product.
    synonyms: logo · brand · emblem · sign · mark · stamp · symbol · badge · crest ·

trademarks (third person present) · trademarked (past tense) · trademarked (past participle) · trademarking (present participle)
  1. (trademarked)
    provide with a trademark:
    “they are counterfeiting trademarked goods”


Cacophony: ca·coph·o·ny. . [kəˈkäfənē] NOUN a harsh, discordant mixture of sounds: “a cacophony of deafening alarm bells” · [more] synonyms: din · racket · noise · clamor · discord · dissonance · discordance · uproar

My daily prompt: it’s a word that I very seldom use, but I manage to create it quite often. I’m working on new techniques on my guitar. I have managed to come up with a new set of Cacophony’s on every song. I wonder if there is a guitar brand named cacophony?

See you all with my new prompt for tomorrow. Feel free to ad your own prompt description.

Mac Fortner

New Stuff Coming: I’m writing a book of short stories. Actually, I wrote them years ago and filed them away. I thought it would be fun to rewrite them-adding a few more twists, and give them away free. You might ask, “How can you make money doing that?” I probably can’t, but I’ve sold quite a few books so I thought my readers should get something in return. Follow my sight and I’ll let you know when they’re ready. Hope you enjoy.

It’s time to start-Just do it:

How can I say this politely without offending anyone, hmm? Talk less and do more. Sounds easy enough, but guess how many people say they will do something and talk a big game, but when the time comes, hey.. they are still talking about it and yet haven’t taken any action. We all like to […]

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Originally posted on Story Empire: Ciao, SEers. As promised, I’m continuing my exploration of the author media kit. (If you missed that post or want a refresher before continuing, click here.) Today, we’re going to talk about the news release. (Press Release is an outdated term referring to the press that prints newspapers. That technology…

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