B.I.C. Cartel* (*Butt In Chair)
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“Here’s the deal. Each of us decides to ourselves what becoming a pro is all about. Then we do it. I’ll tell both you hairy-legged types what. I don’t care what you think, but I’m gonna be the first to make that jump …”
Braden Campbell is an outrageously talented jazz musician who would rather do something grown up -- like drive a taxi. Karen Watts writes and has the credentials to prove it, but she's paralyzed by self-doubt. Robert Blair, a gifted artist, uses his talent to paint signs and billboards.
After years of false starts, cross-country moves, troubled relationships and generally eating their young, the three get tired of it and reunite with a new resolve. Karen places a bet on who would get started first.
To encourage and challenge one another, they form a support group called BIC Cartel and things start to happen with all three.
Eric Pulsifer is a writer, musician, and a battle-hardened expert on self-sabotage. He has three novels, several nonfiction works and probably more adventures than the law allows under his belt.