I am DJ Swykert, a former 911 operator, and wolf expert.Seven books published so far. All of them holding my personality and experience in life. Click on each book below to read the first chapter
Justice in the Street is Coming this Summer!
Meet DJ Swykert
DJ Swykert is a fiction writer living in Cincinnati. His work has appeared in The Tampa Review, Detroit News, Monarch Review, Lunch Ticket, Gravel, the NewerYork, Zodiac Review, Barbaric Yawp and Bull. His books include Children of the Enemy, Alpha Wolves, The Pool Boy’s Beatitude and The Death of Anyone. You can find him at: www.magicmasterminds.com/djswykert. He is a wolf expert.
Lastest Reviews to DJ Swykert's Books
I received this book from the author in exchange for my honest review.
Detective Bonnie Benham, homicide detective and former narc, is on the trail of a pedophile/serial killer. The killer takes little girls, brutalizes them, then kills them, leaving their bodies in random locationsread more
Welcome, readers. I’m kicking off a new week with an interview with DJ Swykert about his mystery novel that includes forensics and romance, The Death of Anyone.read more
This is a book that I have been intrigued about, I love crime and legal thrillers. I was excited when the Author D J Swykert asked if I would be interested in reading and reviewing his book.read more
DJ Swykert's Most Recent Invited Posts
“Sweat Street is a gritty narrative that draws the reader in from the get-go.” -Amazon Reviewread more
Last month I spotlighted The Death of Anyone by D.J. Swykert and the author wrote a guest post on Familial DNA, this month he has kindly written another. This time it’s about the characterizations and theme in Sweat Street, and how it became a novel.
DJ has a background in law enforcement which allows him to write the police procedural elements in the story authentically.
DJ Swykert's Short Stories
Why am I here?
Because I have to be somewhere.
It’s all about coincidence. Everything in this great world exists because of the accidental pulling of a cosmic trigger.