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One night while driving over the road, up and down the east coast for a small trucking company, I selected a show from one of my many survival podcast. This time it was “In The Rabbit Hole” with Aaron and Jason. Their guest was Glen Tate writer of "299 Days"  He was talking about his new book.
That inspired me to write “SOUTHBOUND” it was a real adventure to actually put pin to paper and write it, so thank you both “In The Rabbit Hole” and to Glen Tate for the inspiration to step out on a limb and leave my comfort zone. While I  was driving, I would write in the sleeper of my truck or spend long hours in truck stops laying out a rough draft of William's adventure. 
I had one rule that helped me keep it believable. I had to have everything that was in the story actually in my truck at the time I started writing it. From the food I had leftover in the cooler, water in the jugs and all the survival equipment William started his journey with.
The part I really enjoyed about this book was inserting parts of my real life in it.  From adventures I had in my youth to life's changing moments encountering man or mother nature. You will know you're reading a true story when you see this  * 
You know it only takes a moment to change everything and it’s up to you to decide whether to make that moment change you for the better or allow it to destroy you. (WOW, that’s deep..SORRY)

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One night while driving over the road, up and down the east coast for a small trucking company, I selected a show from one of my many survival podcast. This time it was “In The Rabbit Hole” with Aaron and Jason. Their guest was Glen Tate writer of "299 Days"  He was talking about his new book.
That inspired me to write “SOUTHBOUND” it was a real adventure to actually put pin to paper and write it, so thank you both “In The Rabbit Hole” and to Glen Tate for the inspiration to step out on a limb and leave my comfort zone. While I  was driving, I would write in the sleeper of my truck or spend long hours in truck stops laying out a rough draft of William's adventure. 
I had one rule that helped me keep it believable. I had to have everything that was in the story actually in my truck at the time I started writing it. From the food I had leftover in the cooler, water in the jugs and all the survival equipment William started his journey with.
The part I really enjoyed about this book was inserting parts of my real life in it.  From adventures I had in my youth to life's changing moments encountering man or mother nature. You will know you're reading a true story when you see this  * 
You know it only takes a moment to change everything and it’s up to you to decide whether to make that moment change you for the better or allow it to destroy you. (WOW, that’s deep..SORRY)

The inspiration to write Southbound.

One night while driving over the road, up and down the east coast for a small trucking company, I selected a show from one of my many survival podcast. This time it was “In The Rabbit Hole” with Aaron and Jason. Their guest was Glen Tate writer of "299 Days"  He was talking about his new book.
That inspired me to write “SOUTHBOUND” it was a real adventure to actually put pin to paper and write it, so thank you both “In The Rabbit Hole” and to Glen Tate for the inspiration to step out on a limb and leave my comfort zone. While I  was driving, I would write in the sleeper of my truck or spend long hours in truck stops laying out a rough draft of William's adventure. 
I had one rule that helped me keep it believable. I had to have everything that was in the story actually in my truck at the time I started writing it. From the food I had leftover in the cooler, water in the jugs and all the survival equipment William started his journey with.
The part I really enjoyed about this book was inserting parts of my real life in it.  From adventures I had in my youth to life's changing moments encountering man or mother nature. You will know you're reading a true story when you see this  * 
You know it only takes a moment to change everything and it’s up to you to decide whether to make that moment change you for the better or allow it to destroy you. (WOW, that’s deep..SORRY)