Interview at the Washington Times

Danny de Gracia, a columnist with the Washington Times, was good enough to pick up a copy of my novel, finish it in two days, and then contact me about doing an interview.  We talked about the apocalypse, generational theory, and  – of course – motorcycles.  Go check it out here.

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Aurini

There's nothing like a good Rye-Whisky to dull the pain of staring at the ugliness of this world. Sometimes it's almost more than a man can bear, but someone's gotta dig down into the rotten, hateful core. I'm a writer, goddamnit, and that's my job.

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4 Responses

  1. Daniel Daves says:

    Congrats!

  2. Yeah, congratulations man!

  3. Hot damn!

    How are sales?

  4. RMO says:

    “As for the Millennials: half of them are idiots, hopped up on Ritalin and Ecstasy, bobbling about with a glassy sheen on their eyes and guaranteeing an adulthood full of regret and misery. As for the other half? The other half just blows me away. Kids too young to drink, who are already reinventing the old institutions, disciplining themselves, taking full advantage of the Internet to learn everything they can – keep an eye on these ones. They’re going to change the world.”

    As a millennial I support this observation.

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