NEWS & EVENTS
Bear Hunting Magazine
Jordon L. Vaughan is featured in the 2021 Nov/Dec issue of Bear Hunting Magazine with his article "The Price of Entry."
The Little Soapmaker, Yakima, WA
J.L. Vaughan will be at the Little Soapmaker from 1:00pm to 7:00 pm. Come talk to the author and get a signed copy of No Good Son.
The Little Soapmaker is located at 302 W. Yakima Ave, Suite 103, Yakima, WA
J.L. Vaughan was featured in an Author Interivew on Mercedes Fox's Blog. In the interview J.L. discussed his earliest inspirations for writing No Good Son, some of his writing techniques and methods, some insight into the development of his characters and a list of some of his favorite books.
J.L. Vaughan will be in Benton City along with fellow YakWriter authors Susie Drougas and G.K. Kruszka as well as author Boo Walker. Come get your book signed and get a chance to talk to the authors.
J.L. Vaughan was featured on Mary J. Moerbe's Lutheran Writers blog. Her blog is devoted to inspiring her fellow Lutheran's to write. J.L. is now a featured writer under her "Living Lutheran Authors" section.
Lina Rochelle, of Cover 2 Cover, gave No Good Son a 5 for 5 star book review.
"The plot is solid and the pacing is good. I loved the characters and found them to be well developed and multi-faceted. The dialogue and inner monologue ring true and flows smoothly. The conflict and action scenes are well written and thought out and the plot takes a surprising turn which I didn’t see coming."
follow the link below to read the rest of her review:
December 31, 2015
The release of NO GOOD SON, a new Novel by J.L. Vaughan
Ready just in time for the New Year, available on Amazon. No Good Son follows an ex theif as he returns home to try and fix his past. No Good Son is a thrill ride through Seattle that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
September 17, 2015 @7:oo p.m.
The YakWriters Association will be featuring J.L. in a chapter read and book signing at Northtown Coffee this September. J.L. will be envailing his latest novel, reading a chapter from its newly printed pages.