Welcome to my blog, a project under construction. I hope to be up and running soon. Right now I’m trying to get it setup with the help of a few friends.

When I am ready to begin blogging, I will regale you with a series of blogs about a great trip I had this last summer on my Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic Motorcycle. The trip began with my good friend, Jim “JAK” Kennemore. His wife had a fall and broke an arm necessitating his early return home.

I almost went back with him but decided that I’d keep on riding alone, something I’d never done before. It turned out to be a great time. I so enjoyed the ride that I might ride solo across the U.S. after Memorial Day. JAK and I are planning on joining other Veterans in the Run to the Wall in May. The ride takes about eleven days. We will arrive in Washington, D.C. just in time for Rolling Thunder, an enormous ride dedicated to our Missing in Action. JAK will probably ship his bike home and spend some vacation time with his wife. I hope to solo ride back to California.

Mixed in will be a progress report on my crime fiction writing. In addition to a novel, I am working on a series of short stories, and entering a few writing contests.



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16 responses to “

  1. Bob Souza

    You are a busy guy, and following JAK around the country would be full of adventure.
    Bob Souza

  2. Tom Quilty

    I wish you all the best in your writing and rides!

  3. Well, you have my ear along with my heart dear friend. I getting by putt road ready how’s a bout meeting me ? We haven’t ridden together in ages. I would be so happy / you do still ride w a gal now and then don’t you? Or was I your first, last and best. Hahaha

  4. Nice start George. You learn more every day by doing the blog. you will surprise yourself by how much you know. Keep it up!

  5. I look forward to reading about your real-life adventures as well as those of your fictional characters. See, starting the blog wasn’t so hard, was it?

  6. Well done George, and best of luck on the novel.

  7. Chris Plummer

    Some people retire, start the new retirement job/home repairs etc and find themselves more busy. Now you add writing and riding…….you are amazing! Good Luck my friend.

  8. Mike Sloan

    Just remember what you have been told throughout your law enforcement career…..”Be careful out there!””
    Mike S.

  9. Paul Wallace

    This is your first blog George and its the first time I’ve ever looked at one! Good luck on your writing experience!

  10. Saunie Fridley

    What a great idea! I can’t wait to read your future works. The motorcycle adventure also sounds exciting. You deserve only the best.

  11. Roni Davis

    Congratulations, George. We’ll have to swap ride stories.

  12. jim Kennemore

    Yes dammit! I am reading your blog. Although it seems like I’ve read it many times before. I’ve got to admit it Buddy, I had my doubts when you started this journey that you would be any good at it, but you are consistently getting much better at it…Don’t stop! As you can see above, people are “likin” it. XOXOX JAK

  13. Nanc McMackin

    I’m looking to read your stuff tonight buddy! Nothin new! Get on it!

  14. And you thought you were an amateur writer. Are you not reading your own work? You’re doing just fine. Remember Rome wasn’t built in a day. I can say that because I’ve been working on my manuscript/novel for close to four years now and have learned to improve my writing because of great people, writers like yourself and those in my critique group and edit class.

  15. I enjoyed reading your blog.


  16. Hey George–This is the first I saw your blog and your new life as a writer. You’re doing fine. Keep it up. We’ll have to talk writing some time.

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