A plea to the masses.

A plea to the masses...   As many of you know, I'm currently working on my life's goal of becoming a published author and here's where you can help me achieve my dream.   The best part is, it won't cost you a thing.   Publishers and literary agents are more apt to option a …

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Tales from the Driver’s Side: Table of Contents and the chance for requests.

I have finally finalized my chapter listing for Road Rage: Confessions of a Ride Share driver and it is coming together quickly.  But, if you see a story title that catches your intrest, comment or PM me and I'll see what I can do about putting it on the blog, or you can just buy the book …

Tales from the Driver’s Side: Don’t forget the violence part 3: Homophobia

Homophobia at it's finest. In one of my puke stories (bring a bag) I mention this artsy, fun part of town. The following story comes to a head right across the street from the same bar! Small world, huh? On Saturday nights I usually drive in the big city, but I started getting rides as …

Tales from the Driver’s Side: Don’t forget the violence, part one: I’m about to get my first assault charge.

I'm about to get my first assault charge. One of the cities I work in has a popular sports team. (Vague enough for ya?) And my first weekend driving in this city, this team won a big game. Not the championship game, that story comes later. But they won a big game and it made …

Tales from the Driver’s Side: Don’t forget the violence. (Intro)

Don't forget the violence. Everyone knows some people are violent drunks. Most people know someone who is a violent drunk. Some people reading this are violently drunk right now. So, in a profession like this, you're gonna have to deal with one or two violent drunks. Or, in my case, many. Most you can just …

Tales from the Driver’s Side: A Puking Good Time! Part one – Bring a bag.

Bring a bag. Everyone remembers their first time right? Well, this is no exception. I like going to some of the older, more historic cities in the area. Typically they are filled with beautiful art and all kinds of small town festivals. They usually have a good vibe and a peaceful feeling about them. I …