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Mid-Week Lift

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I recently listened to an interview with Henry Rollins where he tells his origin story to another music legend Rick Rubin. I love when people who have had amazing things happen to them in their lives open up and tell their stories with a humility that acknowledges how so much of their journey was out of their control. Spirited individualism only gets you so far, and hearing that from a punk rock icon may be a bit unexpected but rings true just the same. Take a listen …

Are you a true crime junkie looking for another creepy story? Check out the complete chapter one of the serial novel The Devil's Road. I even read it for you, so you can sit back and let me crawl inside your eardrums with a story sure to make your spine tingle.

The Devil’s Road follows Samantha Hart, a Sequoyah County Sheriff, full of vengeance and fury who uses her badge to hunt down her sister's killer. In this week’s issue, Sam finally discovers the body of our poor Sandy whom we met in chapter 1.

I messed around and created a new design for my swag shop. It’s the most Southern T-Shirt you’ll ever find!

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