A long-time Prescottonian and native Arizonan, graduate of Yavapai college and Northern Arizona University, Bush was an investigative and entertainment staff writer for numerous Northern Arizona publications. He was also the journalism writing instructor and student newspaper adviser for the award-winning Prescott College student newspaper, The Raven Review.
His recent book release, “Spanner’s Chronicle,” available on Amazon, is a fanciful fictional romp through the motorcycle culture of the 2000s. The genre, biker pulp fiction-action romantic fantasy, has been given some high praise.
“No biker foreplay here, this is the act of narrative love itself, a bouncing, boisterous story that moves from split second overdrive through the complex survival mechanisms of the heart,” said Los Angeles Woodbury University College Liberal Arts Dean Reuben Ellis, Ph.D.
A release party for “Spanner’s Chronicle” is scheduled at from 4-6 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 5, at Raven Cafe, where a limited release of signed copies will be available. “If you have the ability to download this book, I will be offering a special promotional offer of the ebook for a $1.99 starting Dec. 5, ending Sunday, Dec. 9,” said Bush.
“It will be a night of activity, that’s for sure, we’ll also have a Stone Brewing tap takeover, and, at 7 p.m., we’ll feature our Jazz Jam Night,” said Raven Cafe General Manager Tiana Costello. “We’re really happy this fit into our schedule.”
His second book of this two-part series,
“Taylor’s Ride,” will be available shortly after the first of the year. QCBN
“Spanner’s Chronicle” is now available at Amazon for $12.99, and a special promotional price of a $1.99 for the ebook will be offered Dec. 5-9.