The Rough Draft

If you can't go through it. Go around it.

I thought I’d give you an update on the progress of Devil’s Gambit, the audiobook. As previously stated, I’m doing this through findaway.com and they’ve been great to deal with. So much so, I’ll be creating an audiobook of Reliance next and will most likely be doing Devil’s Ante in the next few months as …

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Leaving Torrey, Utah I climbed quickly into the mountains. You get used to always having to deal with changes in temperature. The bike for the most part doesn’t care. The loose nut behind the handlebars is another story. These days I pack for all kinds of weather. So while my jacket might be mesh, it has …

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I’ve spent the last couple of days really going over my proposed tracks. Now that I’ve added days the trip, I can back off my hours in the saddle a little. I factored in some time to actually stop and look at things and not make it all about eating distance. A friend of mine …

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Well we’re closing in on the end of the year and of course this is the point where I’m supposed to offer some introspection as to how the last twelve months have gone. Of course as a writer who still holds a day job (as most of us do) I won’t bore you with the …

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Third go around at publishing a book and I’m still making mistakes. I’ve been a little concerned at the seeming lack of initial sales for Reliance my new Western Thriller but then it’s been my experience that it always takes a little bit of time for any book to gain some traction. I’m also guessing …

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Sometimes you don’t even know what you’ve got until you’re back at home going through the day’s shots and you find one like the shot above which happened just after the rider i was shooting passed through my frame. It’s one of my favorite shots and it’s a total fluke. Other times you turn a …

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The Caledon Badlands – Ontario So this week I learned from one of the guys posting on IBAR (International Brotherhood of Adventure Riders) that the Caledon Badlands are now closed to public access and to drill the point home, they’ve erected a fence along the roadside that borders it. Don’t know why they’ve taken this …

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Sometime yesterday morning I passed 600 sales on my book Devil’s Gambit. I launched the book mid December of 2014 and while sales took a couple of months to build, by March things really took off. Every day I make any sales feels like a small miracle. Recently I had was able to confirm that …

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