Tuesday, April 26, 2011
4.26.11-In the past week I drove up to Portland then back to Boston, and then down to Long Island and back to Boston for the holiday weekend. 36 hours later I'm docked up for the evening in Rochester, New York. I've been on the road in a truck I call the Silver Bullet, a 2007 Chevy Suburban. Gas has ranged from $3.73 in Newburyport to $4.37 on the Merritt Parkway. Everyone's going in the hole right now and there's no time to slow down, -so hold on tight. Spring is here though with intense showers, flooding, and budding trees. You need a distraction right now, my book Hundred Day Haul continues to sell and gain momentum. My journey towards mass distribution continues as an Indie Bound writer. I must gain more readers and more interest for this topical adventure. So, tonight I share with you the Millennium Phalcon, a 1999 Chevy S10. She was the highway spacehip from the lengendary Haul, surviving a near death experience in the Ocean State. Here we see her just before the 1990s are about expire in the Badlands of South Dakota. She's posing in front of my Pentax K1000 on a tripod in the distance. Gas was about $1.41 back then.
Thursday, March 24, 2011
It has been some time since I have entered the blogosphere. This picture reveals the launch of Hundred Day Haul out in California. I have been hard at work ever since. As an indie bound writer, I have tried many things to sell my book. I have done festivals, book signings, publicity stunts, and hand sold my book on the road throughout New England. I have sold several hundred copies in between parenthood, and my career in sales. The key thing I continue to learn is that the more I put out there, the more I get back. I have a quality product, the challenge is getting it in the spotlight of mass distribution. I'll get there. In the meantime, stay tuned as I plan to be more active here. In the meantime, check out a review...