“My favorite thing about Jeremy McLean’s writing is his ability to write such in depth characters.” – Alycia Tillman”… You have to get this book, no question about it!” – ZacharyWhat makes a man a sinner?What makes a man a saint?Where does good stop and evil begin?John Roberts considers himself a Christian, a religious man of God, but when his faith is shaken he begins to question the biblical rules he stood for his whole life.Roberts’ life on a slave ship is filled with hard labour, low wages, and no chance for advancement. When Roberts becomes friends with a slave named Bartholomew, he couldn’t know it would start a chain of events leading him on his first sea adventure.In an age of pirates who are slaves to no man, Roberts finds himself torn between a world of just and righteous men, and the evil sinners around every corner.Will the religious Roberts become a sinner or stay a saint during his biblical test of faith? See where Roberts’ trials take him in his short stories full of action, adventure, pirates, and privateers set during the Golden Age of Piracy.Click “Look Inside” on the cover picture above to read the first few chapters, then buy and enjoy the rest.
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I enjoy fantasy novels mainly, but also love the classics like The Count of Monte Cristo, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, etc.Currently, I’ve written two novels about the pirate Edward Thatch, aka Blackbeard, and two novellas about Bartholomew Roberts, and am hard at work on more in the series.I started writing after a long time of trying to find what I wanted to do with my life. I’ve always had an active imagination, and a love to create stories and entertain people. I was initially drawn to video game design, but found that the people in programming don’t have much say in story. Because of that, I decided it wasn’t for me.After I found that I enjoyed writing a friend of mine challenged me to participate in a writing competition. It was during this competition that I started what would become Blackbeard’s Freedom. I felt confident that others would enjoy Blackbeard’s Freedom, and the subsequent series, so I decided to share it with the world. With Kindle, Amazon has made it easier than ever to self-publish, so I don’t have to worry about publishers deciding whether there’s an audience for my work or not. Now I’ve found my passion in life, and all I hope for is that people enjoy what I write.Let everyone know what you thought of my novels by leaving a review, (it also helps me out a lot) and shoot me an email at McLeansNovels@gmail.com.Want to steal one of my novels? Visit http://www.mcleansnovels.com/free-book-link for a free copy of one of my books.