What inspired you to write your memoir?
I thought that a sub culture like the outlaw biker world, that is a part of history, might be of interest to someone who would like to know the thoughts of someone who had lived it for over 50 years as he experienced it day to day. Not just a documentary, like most memoirs of this kind.This one is the first of a three part series.After all, 50 years is a long time, especially the way we lived it.
About your Book:
I am pleased with my book. I am told by others who lived the life that they were also. What more could an author want.
71 years old, still riding. White male. Lived it and done it.
How did you decide how to publish your book and where is it published through:
I have a friend, Sharon Smith, who writes an online column Examiner,com about the bikers scene in the Dallas, Tx. area. I sent her a couple of old school biker stories. She had a great response from her readers and suggested i put it in a book. I had written a rough draft already with this in mind but, that got me on the road to actually doing it. Sharon is also my editor. I used a company named “One Book At A Time” to print the book. I decided to self publish as many good books were turned down that went on to be classics. Besides if I ever talk to an agent or whoever, i have a finished book to show them.