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American Holdovers (my third novel)


June 17th everyone! The Day is here! AMERICAN HOLDOVERS IS NOW RELEASED! You can find the book on the Createspace site right now (where I publish my books through). Amazon and the kindle store within a few days, and bookstores across the country in 4-8 weeks! I have included a link below.
American Holdovers is my third published novel and chronicles not only my time, but, also my many friends and fellow holdovers during our time as a holdover at Ft. Jackson during a hurricane and the consequences and events that transpired because of this a couple years back.

American Honey trailer review


I believe in the Shia comeback! He’s been building it up for years, showing us his chops. This could be it! OR it could be a giant pile of indie shit and pile drive whats left of his career that isn’t a joke. That’t totally an option too… American Honey follows teenager “Star” as she joins a group of traveling magazine salesman. Among the hippie teens is Jake (Shia). From what I understand they fall in love and get into shenanigans together… I love a good indie movie but this movie looks WAY too millennial propaganda to me. And I myself am a millennial! Ya, the music is awesome and it paints a nice picture of this movie… At 90 minutes this could be a nice romp, but, at a whopping 162 minutes I’m not touching it!


American Sniper movie review


American Sniper follows the journey of American hero Chris Kyle through his life. American Sniper in a small way is about what the tag says, “the most lethal sniper in US history”. In a large way it is about Chris Kyle’s life as a whole, and how his experiences in the military shaped and changed him. I personally believe this is Bradley Coopers best movie ever. American Sniper is, at least in my book, 2nd to Saving Private Ryan in war movies. It in no way tries to glorify or sugar-coat war, it shows you the effect it has on a person over time. I don’t cry, and never at a movie, but at a point in this movie I had a tear. This is an extremely moving story and I would highly recommend it to anyone.