Thank You!

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Somewhere in the Black Hills, 2012

I just wanted to say THANK YOU! My two books regarding motorcycle riding, “25 & 18- Riding Cross Country” and “The Unwritten Rules of Motorcycle Riding,” have been doing well and that is because of your support. Both books have been at #1 and this morning, they were ranked #2 and #11, respectively. I appreciate your support greatly and I hope you are enjoying reading my books.

At some point early in my life, I knew I wanted to be an author, but I also knew that I wanted to practice law. Because I am just past the halfway point of my life and have been practicing 17 years, I have been devoting myself more and more to writing in order to keep my self-made promise. I am spending as much as 4 hours per day writing in the morning, usually between the hours of 6 am to 10 a.m., then work at the office, then edit as much as I can at night.

It’s hard work and in reality, it isn’t. I enjoy writing and so I guess it is true that if you do something you love, you will never work a day in your life. I am motivated not only from being able to turn a one-sentence idea into a flow of thousands of words that hopefully add up to something interesting, but I am also motivated by my readers. I have always enjoyed reading because it takes me somewhere else, just like a good movie will. I hope I have succeeded in doing the same for you.


I know I don’t reply to everyone immediately, but be patient, I will. I read all your emails and inboxes through Facebook and I will reply to everyone; it just takes a while with everything that I have going on. But again, I appreciate it greatly and it always makes me smile.

In the next week or so, I will have a new book out; a fiction novel, that focuses on an undercover police officer, a former Marine, infiltrating a drug ring. The novel is titled “Bobby Be Good” and is set in Miami during the 80’s.

It will be a short series of novels with the protagonist, Bobby Bryant moving from undercover as head of security for a drug dealer, to a prospect in a motorcycle club in the second book titled “Riding Undercover.” I hope you enjoy it.

Thank you and have a great day.

MC Atty

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