Posts Tagged ‘motorcycles’

Dinu, Tassa, 660Z


May 9th, 2023 Posted 8:09 am

Tassa laughed and put her hands around his waist. They roared out of town, headed for Tassa’s older sister’s place, a farm in the foothills, about forty kilometers away. There was hardly any talking, just Tassa saying “turn here,” or “second right,” the route going from wide two-lane pavement with lots of traffic to narrow two-lane pavement with less, to gravel and dirt with hardly anyone on it except for an occasional tractor, horse-drawn carts, and barking dogs who chased after them. At first, Tassa’s hands felt awkward to him, but she changed the position a bit, maybe simply relaxing, and after that things felt right, like the three of them – Dinu, Tassa, 660Z – were one. She hummed to herself.
“What’s that song?” Dinu said, raising his voice.
“It’s American,” Tassa said, practically in his ear. “Eight Miles High.”
(Motorcycles play a role in Mrs. Plansky’s Revenge, now available for preorder. Maybe another 660Z scene tomorrow, featuring Mrs. P herself?)

Mrs. P in Motion


March 23rd, 2023 Posted 8:43 am

Do motorcycles play a role? They do. Does Mrs. Plansky have motorcycle riding experience? She does. Will the fact that her experience was long ago – long long ago – keep her from mounting a bike now in a desperate time? You’ll have to read the book to find out. (pub date July 25, preorders welcome)


R.I.P.: Frank Pastore


December 20th, 2012 Posted 9:35 am

“An only-in-America life,” says Admin.,0,2934309.story

Welcome Caribu, Dolly (in loving memory).


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