Halloween Memories

As Halloween approaches, it brings back memories of my amazing childhood. My loving parents did everything to make this holiday as special as possible. They always let us pick the perfect costume, and it put a huge smile on my face. We would go house to house collecting candy and they would take us to the Halloween parade. I remember staring in amazement as the floats went by, waiting for them to throw candy. Once they did, I would run, picking up as many pieces as possible, putting them in my pumpkin basket. These are memories that I’ll cherish for the rest of my life. Being in prison all I have is my memories to get me through my days.

To everyone in my family, I love you with all my heart. Thank you for your unconditional love and support. Without you, I’d be lost.

To my fans out there I’m​ sorry my publishing is slow. I’m being held up in editing. I hope to have my biker erotic​ romance novel​ out by Jan 1st. Thank you for your loyalty and support. You’re helping my dreams come true.

Violence is Not the Answer​

I see such violence while watching the daily news, and I cannot believe how often people resort to violence to resolve situations.

Trust me, violence should never be the first course of action. No one wins in the end. It’s a butterfly effect, hurting more people than you could ever imagine. It doesn’t just hurt the victim. It affects their families and the surrounding communities. If you take someone’s life, there is no coming back from that action. His or her children, friends, husband or wife, mother, and father, will forever be in pain from that loss.

We as people need to come together to rebuild these broken communities. Race, religion, or sexual preference shouldn’t matter. We’re all human beings and deserve to live a peaceful life.

Visits and Yogurt

Andrew Pic May 11 2017I had a visit the other day with a great friend of mine. It was exciting seeing him again and I had a great time catching up on everything I’ve been missing. I was able to take a new photo, and for the first time in seven and a half years, I got to eat yogurt. It was even better than I remember it!

Visits are the highlight of any prisoner’s time. Not only do the vending machines hold great food (yes, burgers from a vending machine are now considered gourmet food to me) but it’s a chance to escape the drama on the units and spend time with loved ones, even if it’s only for a few hours. Those few hours never fail to fill me with a sense of happiness and peace.

A special thanks to all of those who have been here for me. You’ve made my prison bit easier. Your support and love has gotten me through this hard time. I love you all!

New Poem

Hello, friends! I’ve written a short poem that I wanted to share with you all. It’s about bikers, and the common misconceptions the general public has of us. I hope you enjoy it.

When I look into your eyes I can see that you’re scared,
But with me there is no reason to have any fears.
You know I’m a biker by the colors I wear and tattoos that you see,
But that doesn’t mean that’s all there is to me.
I’m a brother, a son, and one hell of a friend,
Someone you can count on until the end.
So please don’t judge me just by what you see,
Because the truth is, deep within, there is so much more to me.


Since publishing my first book on Feb 1, 2017, I’ve been wondering how my readers felt about my work. Well, for the first time, someone I’ve never met wrote me in prison to express their thoughts on my erotic stories. It blew my mind. I was so excited. Someone took their valuable time to reach out to me, giving me some feedback.

Honestly, I hope more of my readers reach out to me. Whether it’s positive or negative, I want to hear your thoughts. It’ll help me expand and make me a better author. I’m also very open to any ideas people may have for future stories.

I write on a daily basis, so I’m sitting on multiple stories waiting to be edited and published. Sorry for the delay, but trust me, more stories will be released shortly.