Ringing in a Summer

J.K. Norry
Supernatural Thriller
eBook $3.99  ISBN coming soon
Paperback $13.99  ISBN coming soon


Ring isn't here for a vacation. He's here for you.


COMING SUMMER 2017

Ringing in a Summer

J.K. Norry
Supernatural Thriller
eBook 99 cents

This journey begins with a voyage…

Every time Ring takes on a new body he loses all the memories he had in the last one. This time he finds himself on a strange flight in a body he can’t remember taking. The sound of the ringing is loud and insistent. Ring knows what he must do. He just doesn’t know yet who he’ll be doing it to or what he will look like next.
In what little time he has Ring must find his doppleganger and take over his life. With his memories gone he does not even know why he is here or where here is. He only knows what he is here to do.

Actually, he’s not really clear on that either.

‘Ringing in a Voyage’ is the first installment in ‘The Ringer Series’. It is a short story that stands alone while also serving as a prequel to ‘Ringing in a New Year’. This is where it all begins. By the time the series ends we’ll know all the things Ring has forgotten up to now. Take a look inside the many minds of a body snatcher. Join Ring on this voyage into his own journey.



Ringing in a New Year

J.K. Norry
Thriller/Supernatural
eBook $3.99  ISBN 978-1-944916-88-6​
Paperback $13.99  ISBN 978-1-944916-89-3


He isn't just taking over your body. He's taking your life.

Ring is about the sweetest guy that has ever worked outside the system, aside from the murders and the drinking. He can't remember who he used to be, but he knows what he has to do. He is a ringer, after all.

Although the friendship that he shares with Henry is like nothing he has ever known, Ring must take his life before the old year becomes the new year. The more Henry comes to accept his fate, the more Ring rails against his own.

When he takes Henry's body, all of Ring's memories will be lost forever. He can't remember an assignment ever being so hard to complete.

Then again, he can't remember much of anything.​