Someone asked me what I was working on, and when I said it was a Forrest Fenn Treasure Hunt story for my Pulp Travel Series they had no idea what I was talking about. They neither knew about Forrest Fenn’s Treasure nor did they know about my little Pulp Travel Series I used to keep up the writing practice.
I realized very few people outside of a small group of friends and long-distance hikers had read my stuff. Nothing wrong with that, I’m not trying to be famous or even rich, and I highly doubt the Pulp Travel Series would get me either one of those. But it is still something fun for me to work on, and without selling you on the idea of clicking the links to purchase my books on Amazon, I put together a few free PDF downloads.
The free PDF downloads include Hiker Pulp, which is a compilation of Travel Short Stories, Fixed Gear on the Southern Tier, and Backpacking Austin.
I also included Thru Hiking the Oregon Coast Trail, even though a couple of sections towards the end never got finished. Mostly it was included because hikers request it so much, and I have sent it out in so many emails to prospective Oregon Coast Trail thru-hikers that I thought having it available to the public might save me some work down the line.
There are also a few older things, and I will be adding to this section as time goes by, but I think it is important to note that the Pulp Travel series is loosely based on the long-forgotten zine format. A small circulation, self-published collection of writing where profit is not the primary intent of publication.
If you’re interested feel free to give them a read and drop a comment here on the blog to let me know what you thought.
Good or bad.