The Rough Draft

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

For those of you in self publishing that might be interested, I thought I’d release my sales numbers for the year. I ran a fair number of promotional campaigns through Amazon and I’ll be honest, while the ROI was great for me, that was to be expected in a year where I didn’t release any …

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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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Seepapoo Bridge, the largest natural bridge in the world. Us491 Brought me to Montecillo and then I took US 191 down through Blanding to US 95. Needless to say I was riding through some pretty stunning scenery. This of course was going to be the mainstay of riding through Colorado and Utah. Everything is stark, …

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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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It’s been a busy last few weeks between just general life stuff and getting Reliance ready to publish. So busy I haven’t had a chance to go for a ride for a few weeks. something I’m very aware of as my bike sits in front of my car as I pull into my garage every …

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I know I’ve tapered off on my posts as of late but I’ve been really busy. I’m almost finished the new edit on Reliance. I should be sending out copies for proofing to my Beta readers tomorrow. So far I’m still on track to publish the first week of December. I know that a year …

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I was out with some friends last night, a pretty rare occurrence for me and I was talking to one of them who I have not seen in a while just catching up and we got to talking about what he was doing with his writing and of course the fact he was suffering form …

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Ok, I’m getting the feeling that while everybody likes the layout, they’re not digging the title and that’s cool. I’m used to title changes from the film world. Nothing I’ve ever written has ever had its title survive all the way to the end with the exception of one film and I’m not talking about …

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