Roddy J Dryer

Biography

Roddy J Dryer is a professional truck driver as well as a prolific writer. He lives in Groveland, Florida.
Make sure you check out his books available here at Smashwords. The Art of Roddyism is FREE! Sure, some find it wretched, but what do they know?
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Books

The Art of Roddyism
Price: Free! Words: 83,310. Language: English. Published: December 30, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Anthologies » General
(3.00)
The Art of Roddyism is a collection of twelve short stories written by Roddy J Dryer. There are twelve of them, so there's bound to be one to your liking. Download and read all of them to find out which one is your favorite. Then have it tattooed to your inner thigh and show it off to all your friends!
Tangled in Climbing Nightshade
Price: Free! Words: 84,540. Language: English. Published: May 5, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Psychological thriller
(5.00)
This is a story of tragedy and human horror. The issue of murder/suicide in the family setting has grown in popularity, finding its way to the news regularly. Tangled in Climbing Nightshade explores this bizarre fad of annihilating the family before suicide, because the fact of the matter is we need to know this when we see it.
A Trucker's Tale
Price: Free! Words: 87,400. Language: English. Published: April 15, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense, Fiction » Adventure » Men’s adventure
(5.00)
While most days in the world of trucking tend to blend since the routine is often the same, every so often a day comes along that changes the life of a trucker forever. But in the day that changed the life of trucker Gunnar 'Brick' Brickendale, there along Donner Pass, the future wasn't just changed for Brick, but for the entire United States of America. Here, one man's fate changes everything.

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  • Valley of Sorrows on March 25, 2013

    For anyone who comes across this with the thought of whether to take the chance, rest assured that this might be one of the finest novels you'll EVER read. Valley of Sorrows was so impressive to me that I have reached a point of irritation with all the people I have recommended it to, and I still don't think it can be recommended enough. The story is wondrous and possessing of great depth, the characters are engaging and so realistic, and the overall accomplishment just might find its way to the movies. Yes, it is that good! I will never forget this story.
  • The Guild of Fallen Clowns on Aug. 11, 2013

    I very much enjoyed this book. While one might look at this and think it'll be too silly or contrived to bother with, I took a chance on that and found out, with pleasant surprise, that this is a fun and enjoyable story. I found the transition of the main character smart and well-paced, and I particularly liked how the various clowns were put together to represent various issues and fears in one's life. I'm not giving five stars lightly; this is a good read for anyone wanting to get away from the bogged down mainstream.
  • End of the Road on Jan. 25, 2015
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    I'm quite happy to write a review of this fun and well-done work. I truly enjoyed all of these stories, with some being more than a bit memorable. I very much enjoy anthologies anyway, but I really liked the idea of theming from several talented sources. I can say this gets my highest regards and I will promptly be placing a proper review for it on Hubpages. I tip my hat to all involved.