I'm not a country club guy.
I have no problem admitting that.
A suit and tie? Not if I can help it. My idea of dressing up is a pair of starched jeans and a button up shirt. Which I can get away with for most functions here in Texas. Dress shoes. I'll stick to my favorite pair of double-stitched, Anderson Bean Boots thank you very much.
And golf? I have but frankly trying to whack that little white ball in a straight line just ticks me off. I'd rather smuggle in a fishing pole and cast for bass in the water hazards while my buddies debate distance and club selection. I will ride in your golf cart and drink your beer however.
Tennis? I'll leave that to Phats.
But tonight I will be at the Amarillo Country Club for a church event.
It's not my only visit to the place. I've been there before. In the very room I will be in tonight.
Only the last time I was there I was the keynote speaker for a luncheon. I stood there and told the Amarillo Rotary Club about my path to publication not long after THE FEEDSTORE CHRONICLES came out. I had a great time that day and met some very nice people. Yeah, I think I scared a few but when I read them a sample I stopped short of the bulldog masturbation scene.
Now tonight I will be back. Perhaps its an odd coincidence I once again have a new book out. Maybe that is the only time they will let a guy like me inside the gates.
I would be game, but I doubt the Arch Bishop wants me to read the opening of TWISTED ROADS. I got a feeling I'd be sent straight to confession when I went to describing purple panties and cleavage.
Oh well, there is always the rotary club.
I wanted to share the back cover blurb from Twisted Roads from you ... well it will be the back cover blurb when the print book is released in a few weeks. Until then you can pick the novel up on Kindle for 6.99 if you so desire.
A tarnished name and a bitter heart.
That's all Angela Ross took
when she fled Texas fifteen years ago as a teenager. Now, she's back to
take care of her grandmother’s estate. But in a town like Grand, where
reputation means much more than the truth, some sins are never forgotten
much less forgiven.
Shelly Sampson has worked hard to cultivate
her image as reigning queen of Grand, but long kept secrets
mean her crown is precarious at best. And nothing could knock her tiara
off faster than a chill wind from the past ... Like the return of Angela
Left with nothing but an old house and painful memories,
Angela soon takes a job at the local tavern owned by Lucas Cahill hoping
to earn enough to leave this town behind for good. Lucas still holds
the same flame for Shelly Sampson that he had in high school and though
she welcomes his attention, he can’t understand why she won’t leave her
rocky marriage behind to finally give them a chance at happiness.
Angela, Shelly’s old arch rival, enters the picture as Lucas’ new
employee Shelly’s desperation to keep her life and secrets intact starts
a chain reaction whose outcome no one in Grand could have ever