So first, of course, the obvious question. How did you become a writer?
I’ve always written stories even before I could read and write. I would scribble on paper and tell everyone to read my book.
Tell me about your latest release.
Behind Blue Eyes: Hells Vipers 2 is the sequel to Hells Vipers. With this one I wanted to do some of the things that the mail I received from fans requested such as more insight on other club members. I also wanted to give the reader a deeper view into Nuke and why he is the way he is.
Sounds like you have quite a following. Let's get right to the good stuff.
When Nuke's brother shows up at the Hells Vipers Motorcycle Club, he brings trouble with him, in more ways than one. Holden was always the good son, or so Nuke's family thought, but Nuke knows some things his mother and sister don't. The love of Nuke's life, Jasmine, knows something is wrong as soon as Holden comes back into Nuke's life. As Nuke struggles with the responsibilities that have come with his new position in the Hells Vipers, Holden's presence threatens to undermine his position and his relationship.
Life’s gotten difficult for other members of the club, too. Hells Vipers full patch member Kevin has given up his position in the club in the aftermath of a betrayal that has left him bitter, and Pipe looks for love as he copes with a dangerous crush.
Meanwhile, just what is Holden up to? And can Nuke and Jasmine survive what's in store when Nuke's blood relative comes into their lives as they're trying to form a family of their own?
“I don’t know how that man is still breathing,” Medic informed Nuke as all of them walked toward the main building. “The bullet passed right through him, missing all of his vital organs. The dogs sure as hell should have ripped him to shreds but they didn’t. I think we might need to look into getting new guard dogs; they’re acting odd. It’s almost like they were drugged with something. Anyway, there’s a lot of blood over at the fence on the east side of the compound,” Medic said as he pointed. “He made it to the boneyard before he passed out and that’s where we found him.”
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