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“As I Walk These Broken Roads” Reviews & Pics

“As I Walk These Broken Roads” Reviews & Pics

Even babies enjoy apocalyptic fiction! Bill over at Apocalypse Cometh writes his review: …This isn’t faint praise because as someone who reads nearly four to five books a week, half of them fiction, because there’s only so much truth one man can take, what Davis has written here is something that I can’t praise enough. Let me put it to you this way, I was so engrossed in his narrative that I spent most of last week re-reading it to the detriment of my own posts on this site. Frost, over at Freedom Twenty-Five: If he couldn’t throw together a decent book,...

Interview at the Washington Times

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.

Announcing my first novel, As I Walk These Broken Roads

Announcing my first novel, As I Walk These Broken Roads

Yeah, that’s it over there on the sidebar. -> As I Walk These Broken Roads is a post-apocalyptic science fiction novel about a soldier and a mechanic teaming up to try and survive in a degenerated world; a world that’s stopped moving forward, a world where the old tech is allowed to rust away over the years. It explores the ideas of brotherhood, social evolution, epistemology, and the nature of violence. This book was my first foray into fictional writing, started some six-or-seven years ago.  It saw its genesis on the Tucker Max Message Board, where I had my ass...