"I'd been out of the recording scene for three years, I was in my mid-twenties and already trying to prove I wasn't a 'flash in the pan', a 'one-hit wonder', a creation of the record-company star-making machine. I knew who I was (well, I was pretty sure) and who I wanted to be. I knew the stakes I wanted to play for, so I picked the hardest of what I had, music that would leave no room to be misunderstood about what I felt was at risk and what might be attained over the American airwaves of popular radio in 1978. Power, directness and austerity were my goals. Tough music for folks in tough circumstances."
Nix that. Call me Norm. I write stuff. Horror,suspense, noir, pulp -- with combo plates available for repeat customers. My “personal best” novel is Dark Harvest, which was chosen as one of Publishers Weekly’s 100 Best Books of 2006. "It’s a Boris Custom painted metal-flake black, and it buries all the competition at the track..."