Sunday, April 2, 2017

Rusty Gold from your Favorite Writer


Get some rusty gold from your favorite fiction writer. Many of you know of Alex's more recent books about the sport of mountain biking but the Hutchinson library started back in 2004. It consists of several titles that cover a variety of subjects all of which were driven by his real life adventures.

Take a peek at the list below to find a flavor that suites your palette. Enjoy!


Twisted Trails: Award winning stories about the joy of cycling. This is his most successful title due to the love shared by mountain bikers around the world. Better yet, it costs only .99 cents on Kindle.


Twisted Trails: Least of the Beast: The future of mountain biking is a crazy place full of tiny engines and paths that cross the country. Read about it for the discount rate of .99 cents on Kindle.


Purple State: Do you love political conspiracies? Two real life elections in Florida were the inspiration for this tale of murder, cover-ups and election fraud. Again for only .99 cents on Kindle.


Virgin Gloves: Way ahead of its time, this was the FIRST EVER novel that mixed LGBTQ issues with the sport of prize fighting. Many new and used copies are available.


Backyard Empire: The FIRST and perhaps only novel about the obscure sport of backyard wrestling. This tale was inspired by true events. A wrestling fan's delight.


Before they were HAWKS: High school in the 1980's was all about survival. This fast moving tale follows a group of kids fighting back against bullies. New and used copies are available.


Almost Columbine: When a high school student is pushed to the edge he prepares to take revenge on his tormentors. Will his friends help or hinder the plot? This 350 page novel is ready for purchase.


Anarchy Bell: This sexy mix of dark ambition, cynicism and politics is a rarity in the world of poetry. Prepare to feel the pain bleeding off these pages. Only .99 cents on Kindle.



Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Twisted Trails Sells 600 Copies!


The New Year has begun with two round numbers that make me smile. The first is that the Twisted Trails Series has sold 600 copies. These two books, made up of short stories about mountain biking have taken on a life of their own. Despite a lack of commercial backing, people who love the sport keep finding these books on Amazon and enjoying them.

The second number is 1,200. This is the total number of books sold since I starting my writing career in 2003. Virgin Gloves, a boxing novel, was my first story. For more than a decade it was my best selling title. It was only recently that Twisted Trails passed it in sales and reviews.

To be honest I don't know what the future holds for this series or for my writing. I'm currently concentrating on my day job and new responsibilities. Should a unique song find rhythm in my heart you can be certain I will give it a chance to sing.

Friday, December 2, 2016

The Perfect Gift for Mountain Bikers


Paperback copies of the Original Twisted Trails have spiked in sales over the last few weeks in anticipation of the Christmas season. With this in mind we want to remind shoppers that Twisted Trails: Least of the Beast is also available in paperback. To sweeten the deal, we have dropped the price of the second book from $8.99 to $6.99. The Beast has received powerful reviews and is a must read for any modern mountain biker.

Start shopping now at Amazon.com

 

Saturday, November 19, 2016

Least of the Beast comes to Kindle Unlimited


The second book in the Twisted Trails mountain bike series takes its place on the largest and fastest growing e-book program in the world. For only $9.99 a month readers can download from over 1 million titles. The variety and quality of the books continues to rise with each passing year. The original Twisted Trails found great success here among its many readers. Now Least of the Beast has been added to this magnificent catalog. Sign up now!




Wednesday, November 16, 2016

MTB Stories for .99 cents - Offer is almost over!


If you enjoyed the award winning mountain bike book Twisted Trails, now you can get the sequel for only 99 cents on Kindle. In Least of the Beast, the story picks up twenty years after the original with glimpses of the future of mountain biking. You will meet new characters, see new technology and revisit the perils of this exciting sport.

This is a limited time offer! 

On Nov 19th, 2016 the Beast returns to its standard price so get your download now.



Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Twisted Trails gets Love from the UK


Cycling is big in the United Kingdom. While the vast majority of riders roll along the roads, the UK has still has a diverse collection of dirt trails and MTB heroes worthy of the name. It is not easy for an author to jump across the pond so in the meantime I am very happy to hear from fans who are enjoying the Twisted Trails books. We may be thousands of miles apart but everyone who shreds in the dirt shares the same heart. Thank you!

"A great read. Lot's of interesting stories all with cycling at their heart. Worth a go!"
Keith B - 5 Stars

"Nice read if you like bikes and biking you're going to love this book"
N. Barstow - 5 Stars


The following links are for Amazon.co.uk



Thursday, October 27, 2016

Twisted Trails available at Venice Bike Shop


Fast becoming a local favorite, Twisted Trails: Least of the Beast is a story about the future of cycling but it all starts in Venice, Florida. Right from the first chapter we are taken on a ride through the wilds of the T. Mabry Carlton Reserve as our main character learns that Florida has more to offer than sunshine and beaches.


Look what the reviewers have to say...

"Hutchinson writes with a deep love and
 knowledge of the sport"
Indie Reviews

"A Grand coming of age tale"
Jack Magnus, Reader's Favorite - 5 stars

"Entertaining and Inspiring"
Jeff F - 5 Stars


There are two ways to get a copy of this book. You can grab a Kindle copy at Amazon.com or you can get a paperback copy at Venice's Favorite Bike Shop - Bicycles International.

Bicycles International
1744 S. TAMIAMI TRL 
(941) 497-1590
MONDAY-FRIDAY
9:30AM - 5:30PM
SATURDAY 9:30AM - 5:00PM
SUNDAY 9:30AM - 1:30PM