For the moment this page, though listed as plural, shall only contain a link to one completed book. Not that I don’t want there to be more. But, damnit. I need some time. Currently I’ve got two more in one stage of production or another. And I still gotta get this one onto its’ own stage. So for now take the time to read my debut novel first.
One morning I was interrupted by a message which read,
“How much for two weeks of your time?
I could use a translator if you’re interested…”
The story you’re about to read is a result of that interruption.
Where The Lightning Strikes Twice starts when the voice of this fast-paced narrative is invited to tag along as an interpreter for a group of hometown friends embarking on a fishing trip along the Caribbean Coast.
Leading them through a series of small towns and international watering holes, our narrator shares his thoughts and regional knowledge during this impromptu road trip through the heart of Latin America.
Balancing a variety of linguistic barriers and culture shock, this bunch of first time travelers tests the patience of their wanderlust driven guide as he attempts to correct the course of their trip as well as his relationship with the ringleader of this rambunctious group.
Follow them as they meet a collection of international vagabonds, roaming ex-pats, and one world leader in this two-week adventure fueled by cultural curiosity and a tendency to roam.