“Jack and the Lilac Butcher” and “The Well”

“Jack and the Lilac Butcher” is a novel that I have been slowly working on for the past several months.  It follows two Pinkertons in 1920’s Seattle/Spokane as they hunt for a serial killer that has been dubbed the ‘Lilac Butcher’ by the locals.  Thus far my published previews have been quite popular and I am hopeful that this will be the transcendental ‘one’ once completed.

You can check “Jack and the Lilac Butcher” out in the “Samples and Previews” page, on this very blog, or you can watch as it progresses over at Wattpad (dot) com.  On Wattpad the interaction is more fluid and transparent, so if you’re curious about the Pinkertons journey head over there to give it a thumbs up, a share, or even a comment/suggestion.  Thanks again for the support and the read!

“The Well” is a short story that I composed on a whim after work one evening and serves to amalgamize various points in my childhood, while simultaneously experimenting with point-of-view and style.  I published “The Well” as an eBook over at Smashwords (dot) com and it is available for FREE! as a download for almost any eReader imaginable including the popular Kindle, Nook, and Sony eReader.  So, check it out, and don’t forget to provide some feedback!  A review would much be appreciated.



A.R. Schultz


The Examiner and “Heaven at Night.”

I publish regularly for the Examiner as their Spokane Comic Book Examiner, which you can travel to by clicking upon the Examiner logo below.  Also, I published a short story in July of 2011 entitled, “Heaven at Night,” which you can purchase through PublishAmerica by clicking upon the cover image and traveling to the PublishAmerica storefront.  Thanks for your support!
Spokane Comic Book Examiner @ the Examiner (dot) com
Heaven at Night
Abstract:  Heaven at Night is a short story depicting the lonesome march of a man without memories and recollection as he searches for his past and humanity in post-apocalyptic Las Vegas.