ROAD REFUGEES is coming soon!

It's THE BARE BONES MC #10 , coming December 2020. Townshend Spiro is a wounded warrior whose service dog brings him back into contact with the world. He quit his idle, pointless, plastered ways that began after a decorated ten-year stint in the army. One too many close brushes with death. Now he has Linus in his life, and they go on the road to discover themselves. What the two pals find will change their lives forever. Heaven Larrimore is a refugee from a Morbot community in the hills of Utah. Desperate, terrified, gratefully being drugged to forget her assaults, she makes her escape in a trance. It’s out of the frying pan and into the fire when she passes out in the highway and is picked up by Byron Riddlesberger, a sick fuck from a rival club. Townshend sweeps in to save the day, spiriting Heaven away on his Harley. Their paths have converged—both are refugees from the rowdy road. A magical mushroom farm owned by The Bare Bones MC is their safe haven, but soon enough they

A LONG CON is live!

A LONG CON  has arrived!  It's on  Goodreads  and  Bookbub  too!

A LONG CON is almost here!

The next in the BENT ZEALOTS MC series will be here in March! The true story of a giant fake. BERKELEY.   I didn’t want to leave New York and return to Rough and Ready, the scene of so much youthful horror.   Who else would help my mother, the queen of all hoarders, her garbage piles of home shopping network crap, her mummified cats?   Discovering my one-month-old twin in the freezer was the crowning glory.   On top of it all, someone breaks in and steals our silverware.   What.   The.   Fuck. I’m out for blood. ROYAL.   I was just a former WWE wrestler with a traumatic brain injury running small-time hustling ops when the most chiseled stud I’ve ever beheld comes tearing into a Bent Zealots party.   Berkeley’s chasing my runner who has stolen his forks and knives, so I take him aside to soothe him.   Soon we’re in his bedroom between stacks of junk, the walls adorned with his talented, stunning paintings.   And we’re locked in a compromising position. The brain inj