Confessions of a Slave Driver

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Random ramblings from an idiot who lives in Salt Lake City, Utah; Can't find a better job than carriage driving, and has...

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Unintended Consequences

[...] , I have KDP and Createspace. If I break even, I'll be happy." Last year I published The Carriage Trade. Sales were okay, nothing spectacular. But the reviews I got (and no, not all of them were [...]

Oy! The Things I Do For You...

[...] . And then you want more. So I'm hoping that you will be hooked on my voice. Download The Carriage Trade for free, and maybe you'll want to read the sequel, The Re-Education of the One Trick Pony. [...]

Tag, You're It!

[...] stomach. Anyway, it took me a while to come up with the opening and closing tag lines for The Carriage Trade. Between the opening and closing tags, you put the synopsis, but sometimes tag lines are so [...]

Whew! That Was A Wild Ride...

[...] The contest and free eBook downloads for The Carriage Trade and Splitting the Difference are now over. Thank you so very much to everyone who [...]

FINALLY! A new post...

[...] (don't read it unless you've read The Carriage Trade and The Re-Education of the One Trick Pony)  will be available on Amazon beginning February 1, 2015. It's been a long ride, and one [...]

Yet Another Five Minutes You Will Never Get Back~

[...] for him to spend his twilight years. Oh, yeah, now my other book, The Re-Education of the One Trick Pony is available in paperback. You can buy it, along with the first one in the series, The Carriage [...]

Sometimes Bad Shit Just Happens

[...] system. If you've read either of my novels, The Carriage Trade or The Re-Education of the One Trick Pony, you're familiar with Tony.  Tony was a gorgeous Belgian draft horse. His golden coat, creamy [...]

This is NOT "My Pretty Pony"...

[...] 's front yard. Anyway, my next blog will be about my new book, The Re-Education of the One Trick Pony. There will be contests, prizes, cake, and of course wine. You can win the prizes. The cake and [...]

Another Weekend Behind Us...

[...] Last week was a hectic one for the Slave Driver household. On Thursday we trekked up to Logan, Utah to attend the student orientation for [...]

Women and their Geldings...

[...] of my 18 month old toddler, on the farm. One frantic land-line (no cell) phone call to Mr. Slave Driver, an emergency room visit, and 11 stitches later, I decided that working with 1000 pound [...]

And Away We Go!

[...] Mr. T, I pity the poor fool who has the unfortunate happenstance to be next to moi. Both Mr. Slave Driver and The Kid are well versed in my take off and landing routine. They must hold my hand and [...]

FINALLY! A new post...

[...] Since the carriage company I worked for closed shop, I'm no longer a Slave Driver. I am, however, still a writer, and have finally completed the Carriage Chronicles trilogy. [...]

Here Comes ....CRAZY!

[...] ride, tried first to leave her kid on North Temple. And when that didn't fly with the carriage driver, she walked away at South Gate, leaving her child in the custody of, you guessed it, a [...]

Meanwhile, Back At The Ranch

[...] gig. What we drivers call, with disdain,  a 'real  job'. Plus I'm still employed as a carriage driver, although I haven't worked since Valentine's weekend.  Trying to get into the M-F dawn [...]

A Little Gift From Me To You...

[...] , so I have a bit more experience than the average Joe. Over the last nine years of being a carriage driver, I've learned a thing or two about what works well and what falls flat. And although I've [...]

How To Build A Better Mousetrap

[...] Well, not really. As a carriage driver, I rarely need a mousetrap on my carriage. Inside the barn, however, is a whole 'nother story. [...]

Dry Erase Adventure

[...] laptop, and I would like to get started on those soon. After finishing the first draft of The Accidental Star, I set it aside and, with the exception of going through and fixing typos, for which I am [...]

FINALLY! A new post...

[...] , still a writer, and have finally completed the Carriage Chronicles trilogy. The Accidental Star of the Dog and Pony Show, (apparently I'm doomed to making up long titles for the rest [...]

Another Weekend Behind Us...

[...] an excerpt from Chapter One of (apparently I cannot get away from long titles)... The Accidental Star of the Dog and Pony Show "See, there's where your logic is flawed. Bill is the [...]

Dry Erase Adventure

[...] draft of the third installment of The Carriage Chronicles; The Accidental Star of the Dog and Pony Show. This is the last of the Bill/Carlos (Carlin) saga. However, I did leave a little wiggle room to [...]

FINALLY! A new post...

[...] have finally completed the Carriage Chronicles trilogy. The Accidental Star of the Dog and Pony Show, (apparently I'm doomed to making up long titles for the rest of my life) the last book in [...]

Another Weekend Behind Us...

[...] One of (apparently I cannot get away from long titles)... The Accidental Star of the Dog and Pony Show "See, there's where your logic is flawed. Bill is the kinda guy who will search the ends of [...]

Oy! The Things I Do For You...

[...] 12:01 am on May 1, 2013 and 11:59 pm on May 5, 2013, "LIKE" the Facebook page of Lisa Deon Writer , https://www.facebook.com/LisaDeonWriter and then purchase a download copy of the eBook [...]

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Another Weekend Behind Us...

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How To Win Friends and Influence Readers

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Unintended Consequences

[...] , I have KDP and Createspace. If I break even, I'll be happy." Last year I published The Carriage Trade. Sales were okay, nothing spectacular. But the reviews I got (and no, not all of them were [...]

Oy! The Things I Do For You...

[...] . And then you want more. So I'm hoping that you will be hooked on my voice. Download The Carriage Trade for free, and maybe you'll want to read the sequel, The Re-Education of the One Trick Pony. [...]

Tag, You're It!

[...] stomach. Anyway, it took me a while to come up with the opening and closing tag lines for The Carriage Trade. Between the opening and closing tags, you put the synopsis, but sometimes tag lines are so [...]

Whew! That Was A Wild Ride...

[...] The contest and free eBook downloads for The Carriage Trade and Splitting the Difference are now over. Thank you so very much to everyone who [...]

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