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I wanted to share this as I'm sure if members are on an S10 forum, they'll love my first novel.

Last year, I started writing after I lost my job. I'm not a writer per se, but I like to think I'm a smart dude. BTW, I'm an engineer. I'll keep this brief. I had this idea that I wanted for a movie, but instead of writing a script, I decide to write the book with aspirations the movie would come as a result. Well, I finished the novel last November/December, and I've been working on getting it edited ever since. I'm hoping to have it published by this summer, so that's where I'm at.

In short, it's ~ an 80,000 word novel falling under the genre of reality-fiction. It has just about everything everyday people experience in life wrapped in it - action, drama, crime, love, romance, drama, racing, Bowtie cars, small and big block V8s, etc... you name it, it's in there. Well, I'm trying to get to the home stretch attempting to solidfy a new accomplsihment. I'm hoping you all can join me in living the experience once it's publish.

I even have it copyrighted with the Llibrary of Congress.

I'll try to include a few teasers here and there.

"They all mounted their motorcycles. The next moment brought a beautiful off beat melody from the six different power plants upon being started. The joy felt by them could be read on their faces from this perfect day – reading it, it read priceless. Preparing to pull their clutch levers in, their excitement grew. Their feelings could be described like the first time their high school crush looked at them and gave a warm smile. It’s that light fluffy feeling in one's stomach making a person feel good all over. Click, Cluck, Clack, Pnochk, Sluuckk, Spnochk – everyone’s motorcycle was now in first gear ready to go.

As M.O. was about to release his clutch lever to lead the pack, a faint approaching sound caught his attention. The sound seemed to get louder with every passing millisecond. Before anyone could release their clutch lever, all six helmets turned in unison to see what was approaching from around the curve. Appearing in their field of view, they were now able to see what was generating the noise. They saw a Ferrari 488 Pista, a Corvette ZR-1, a Lotus Exige, a Tesla Roadster, a BMW 1M, a Mazda RX-7, and a pro-touring 1967 Chevy II speeding through the twin lanes. The Ferrari and Corvette were leading while the Chevy II was following the pack a few car lengths behind. As the cars exited the apex of the curve a few feet from where breakfast had been eaten, the ear gratifying concerto coming from the vehicle's exhaust pipes was the only thing heard in the moment. The soothing off pitched hum from the exhausts made the fluid in the six motorcyclists’ spinal cavities resonate. It sent a chilling yet soothing sensation throughout their bodies. As the cars accelerated towards the exit marker with a poweful presence, it made the six motorcyclist feel minuscule. The exhaust notes traveled through the winding road as the cars accelerated away..."
 

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Needs more hot chicks.

“The Driver of the RX-7 steps out,a gorgeous blonde,early to mid 20’s,....just stunning,..wearing high heels,tight denim colored yoga style pants clinging to her long legs, accentuating a perfect thigh gap,and complementing a perfect heart shaped ass..chest barely fitting into a low cut shirt that’s just remnants of what was once a Megadeth concert shirt apparently cut down to let her sizable breasts breathe..


As I walked past I noticed her eyes fixated on my ever tightening jeans showing my car isn’t the only thing I brought with a little more then the other guys have to offer..she’s been meat gazing me all day,and with one glance I know before this race even begins I’m the winner of the only real prize up for grabs today.”

Like that...:haha:
 

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:haha:

Remember, it's ~80,000 word, so some of that may just be in there somewhere. Time will tell if you grab copy upon publication.
 

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idk Man,I had my girl read what you posted,and you kinda alienate her with the car models..she knows a Ferrari is fancy,and what a corvette is.lol.

Dudes don’t really read books,at least I don’t. My girl reads all kinda stuff,mostly erotic stories on social media. Putting it out there that the main character has a very stout&veiny meat whistle is important to character development in her opinion...she says his confidence racing is effected by his prowess off the track,and that pretty girls appreciate fancy cars,but mostly get into them to attract a certain type of guy,or was exposed to them by a certain kind of guy,a masculine man,with proponent masculine features,..aka a big ol D!

She’s just sayin..I’m just writing.
 

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Thanks for the feedback. There are some good sex scenes in the book, and a few that'll make women get wet between the thighs. I'm not going to post it all, but here's a small glimps into those good scenes.

The waiter gave a warm smile and walked away. The conversation at the table was centered around becoming more acquainted with the two new women joining the group. Continuing to drink and laugh while waiting for their food, Lines leaned over to his new woman.

He whispered to her, "do you want to dance?"

After the shot and a glass of champagne, she was feeling light and free like a silk scarf blowing on a windy Spring day. She leaned over in an attempt to make it look like she was whispering in his ear.

She said to him, “I’d love to” while licking on the edge of his ear.

The couple got up, and they walked over to a small area next to an unmanned piano. Their arms reached for one another, and they began to hold each other in dance position. As the music played in the background, Lines had a firm grip on her torso. It gave her the feeling of protection and comfort. The two of them began to move in unison to the music together. The smell of her perfume made Lines want to pick her up, put her on the piano, and push himself deep inside of her. However, he knew they were in a public place, and he had to maintain his composure. Simultaneously, the emotions she experienced made her feel light on her feet from his presence and his scent. She began to become more and more aroused, and she could feel her vagina getting wet. As the song came to an end, they began to separate. Those two received many smiles and soft applauds from onlookers in the restaurant.

Lines whispered in her ear, “tell the table I’m going to the bathroom.” ...
 

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I just wanted to provide some updates if that's okay with the forum and the mod's.

Since I published my book on July 01, 2019, it has sold okay. For a guy who wasn't an author then, I guess I did okay for my first time out of the gate. Since publication, I've had a copy make into one of the largest library systems in the country. I've also had a few reviews come in form different sources, some being strangers who bought my book. I just want to share because I'm sure there are people who share a similar interest here on the forum, especially being S10 lovers and all.







 

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I read a lot. reading the excerpts turned me off to grabbing the book because there is too much detail describing things that I would rather picture detailed how I feel they should look.

i understand though. when i used to write in high school and college, i also use lots of descriptive words to paint the picture i want people to see.


it is really awesome that you got a book published though. really awesome
 

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I read a lot. reading the excerpts turned me off to grabbing the book because there is too much detail describing things that I would rather picture detailed how I feel they should look.

i understand though. when i used to write in high school and college, i also use lots of descriptive words to paint the picture i want people to see.


it is really awesome that you got a book published though. really awesome
Thanks for the feedback.

Maybe one day you'll change your mind and read it. Most of the details are there because most people have never been on two wheels, so I thought I needed to paint a more vivid picture.
 

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Getting closer to the new decade. Get your copy of #SixGears at www.athypowersports.com/shop-1. There is only a limited number of copies from the first print. Be sure to get one before they're gone. #collectible #goodread #greatread #novel #movierightsforsale #independentpublisher
 

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We have many copies on hand for your reading pleasure. If you're into cars / fast cars / modified cars / having fun / built and V8 swapped S10s / trying to enjoy life to the fullest, this book is one you need to read.

Check it out in the new year.
 

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I'm in the second editing phase of the sequel. The first is still in print, so grab your copy to prepare for the sequel. It's a good read, but you don't have to take my word for it. Take it from others who already read the book. Check out their reviews.

 

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Hey man, I think I've interacted with you on another forum. I remember you talking about writing this book. Glad to see it come to fruition if it is indeed you. I just joined here today after picking up my first s10 and it was a good surprise clicking on this thread. I mean, how many others could possibly be out there writing a motorcycle novel? ;)

I hope all is well in your universe.
 

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Hey,

I'm on quite a few forums. Some, I'm well liked, others, not so much. It all depends on the crowd and the politics of the forum.

Down a different avenue, the book is doing well. It took some time, but word is starting to get out there about it being a good read. I also have digital copies available, and the audio is in the making. I'll keep pushing as the sequel is now finished and in the second phase of editing.

Thanks.

 

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Excerpt pulled out from the sequel while editing.

"...A few minutes later, Shift was heading out of Ine’s front door to get into his LS3 equipped sedan. He had the journey of a long ride ahead of him to get home. Ine lived at least an hour away from his house with no traffic. A few minutes into his drive, Shift was feeling great on his morning cruise home. The rays from the sun warmed his skin, traffic was almost nonexistent, and the breeze coming in through the sunroof and windows danced across the hairs on his arms. The pleasure he was experiencing mimicked a masseuse rubbing tension away through a person’s entire body while only wearing her landing strip. Shift had his music at a pleasant decibel level while he cruised in sixth gear traveling at eighty miles-per-hour. That hour of free-spirited enjoyment lasted all the way until his exit from the freeway..."
 

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A small snippet from Six Gears' sequel.


Let me know what conclusions, if any, you can draw from this passage.


"...M.O. hung up the phone. His teeth were tightly compressed together from his jaw’s clamping force. The phone, if it could breathe, was getting the life squeezed out of it while under the grip of his right hand. He rotated his arm back, and then he threw the phone against the cemented brick wall in the stairwell. The phone exploded upon impact creating plastic shrapnel flying all over the staircase. He rushed back into the condo and grabbed his main phone..."
 
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