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A must read! No one has documented the rolling commanders of the Star coach elite and Jerry’s done a terrific job of covering the details without getting sued for libel or slander by any of his impressive passenger roster! Get it!
I’m more than half-way through this book & I absolutely love it! I think I’d like to read a Volme 2! Jerry is a riot and certainly keeps the reader interested.
Thank you, Paula, for the glowing review!
Hi Jerry, I’m not sure if you will remember me. My name is Chris. We met after the DMB show in Irvine back in September. I was the guy who gave you the Kenny Taylor Band tshirt and told you my story of flooding the Berkeley DMB show with Kenny Taylor shirts, beach balls and hackey sacs. At any rate, I wanted to thank you for taking the time to talk with me. I had no idea who you were, but the sparkle in your eye and pride in your voice as you told me you were “Jerry…the Bus Driver” told me I had just met a legend. A few days later the curiosity got the best of me and I googled” jerry the bus driver” and found your book, which I purchased immediately. I can truly say that I enjoyed every page of your book. Some of it made me laugh, sometimes cringe, and it even brought a tear to my eye a few times. Funny how some people are just drawn to the music industry. I actually build custom guitars in California when I am not out promoting Kenny Taylor. I almost felt a personal connection reading the book a week after meeting the author. Kinda surreal, you know. Anyway, I also delve into writing from time to time. Mostly screenplays and television shows, but after finding the Cowboy Buddha site, I almost feel compelled to try my hand at prose writing. Maybe start with a short story or two that have been bouncing around in my head for years. Any advice, comments, or warnings would be welcomed.
Thanks again for taking the time to talk to me and best regards.
p.s. Let Mr. Matthews know I was the long haired Berkeley freak singing along with “One Sweet World” in the latest Live Trax video filmed at the Greek Theater.
Thank you for your kind words and business, Chris!
Thank you, Chris!
I will share your message with Jerry!
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I have never in all my years ever read a book like Rickey Lee Reynolds’ “Evil Thingies”! It is a truly fresh approach to fantasy! The characters were all warm and lovable, and the bad guy fearsome and mysterious! A fun read from the very beginning, and the short chapters make it SO easy to stop when you need to. Much praise for this book! Don Richardson
Roger, it IS possible for the comments of a reader to bring a tear also to the eye of a writer. Thank you for that, and I hope all of my meek efforts in the literary world bring as much enjoyment to others as this attempt at storytelling has brought to you. May you always find treasures hidden in the books you have yet to explore.
Your new friend and hopefully author or more wonderfulness to come…
Hi there administration! I don’t have a dadgum thing to say except that I appreciate all of the help you have all been and all of the interest we’ve managed to stir up in our first attempt to turn a musician into an author! Talk about a silk purse and a sow’s ear… y’all are magicians! Truly though, thank you for everything.
That Bookstore in Blytheville were ultra-nice folks to host an old rocker like me and my lil’ ol’ book Evil Thingies, and I hope that any efforts I produce in the future of this literary expedition I’ve set out on will always include my friends there at the opening of the first showing of the first book signin’ of the first edition of my limitless pit of useless information I call imagination! WOW! That was a mouthful! Anything I say after all ‘a that gibberish will only sound goofy, so I’ll just shut up now! But seriously, thank you Blytheville… and many thanks to That Bookstore in Blytheville. Y’all make my heart soar like a hawk.
Love the work Cowboy Buddha is doing!
Reynolds transformed what once were bedtime stories for his daughters into a novel filled with adventure, good versus evil, humor and love.
When I say Outlaw Poet, I don’t mean to suggest that Tony Moffeit robs banks or is involved in a criminal organization. He shows no interest in Eastern Religion, doesn’t write like or in the tradition of Allen Ginsberg, and is not even connected to the Baby Beats.