I’ve always been a pretty big Casca fan from all the way back in the early 1980s. It is because of this series I studied history a little more in-depth and came to appreciate the subject matter in each title. I am currently the cover designer for the ongoing series. I added the Casca Kindle titles to the shop for this reason. Give them a go-through and collect a few for your reading time. While you’re at it, check out my Truck Stop titles.
I’ve had people ask about how I know so much about the inner workings as a diesel mechanic for my novel ‘Truck Stop’.
I work as a diesel mechanic for those that don’t know. The video below is courtesy of Juan Mendez, a great mechanic and a great boss I worked with, in the oilfields. As time goes along, I’ll provide a bit more in-depth vids on the profession.
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Want something diffrent to listen to? Give Truck Stop a shot!
free US codes- 25free UK codes-25Moriarty, New Mexico is about as far as Logan Pierce got before the money and the El Camino gave out. He‘d hoped for a clean start in life as a field mechanic working for any company willing to pay top dollar for his skills in the oil fields of West Texas. Low on funds and out of options, he begins a change of course in his mechanic career and takes a local job as a technician at Duggan’s Truck Stop.
The truck stop is a miniature city within a city that has all the luxuries for a home away from home feel for the over-the-road truck driver. Under it all, Logan discovers there is also a dark side which people claim is operated by the Dixie Mafia. Then there is the persistent rumor that affiliates of the Mafia are looking for a quarter-million in missing cash skimmed from over a five-year time frame.
The job was meant to be a temporary solution but that was before Amy Hauser entered the picture and presented him with additional problems. They want nothing more than to leave New Mexico for a new life, but then again…there’s that rumor of a quarter-million in missing mob cash.
And Logan just may well have discovered where it’s hidden, but soon finds that some people want it more.
With the help of great narrator, Theo Holland, who did a magnificent job on Monkey Wrench, the reviews are now starting to roll in. The reviews are positive to date. I’m going to add a link below for anyone who wants a free copy of the Audible version of Monkey Wrench. All you have to do is click the link below and grab a copy!
Got a good one for you all. Mark your calendars! Starting tomorrow May 6th, Monkey Wrench will be available via Kindle for 99 pennies for a very short time – Amazon countdown deal for that weekend! So get your Kindles fired up on May 6th!
Currently, I am the cover artist/designer for Barry Sadler’s Casca The Eternal Mercenary series currently written by well-known UK author Tony Roberts. Check out his website at Casca.net for further details. Here is the current cover for Casca: The Killer!
I don’t usually brag too much on anything, but I’ve been privileged and honored to be a part of a series that has continued to capture the imagination of military veterans and ordinary citizens alike for over the last several decades.
It has been a busy month to date but a bit of news on Monkey Wrench and Truck Stop. Both books are currently under production for Audible. Release date to be announced in the future, so check back here often for updates.
It is amazing times for the audio book world and I hope you’ll enjoy these audio versions when available. I’ve had the privilege of listening to several chapters from each book already and they are top notch!
This weekend I’ve made Truck Stop available for free. You can head over to Amazon and download your copy today.