I decided to give wriing fiction a try after many years of writing film & game reviews.
I used to own & write for my own film review website, but the time constraints on trying to review the latest films whilst also keeping a full-time job going didn't work out.
There is no particular genre that I aim to write for; anything is an option!
With writing fiction stories on my own schedule, I love that I can take as long as I like to get it done.
on Nov. 05, 2012 :
The title of this book showed up on my Kindle as "Case #357597", rather than the title shown above. Regardless of what you call it, it was a very compelling story, written in the manner of a diary, or perhaps a doctor's notes from a series of interviews he held with a mentally disturbed patient. There are a number of assumptions you are drawn to make about this patient, although the book neither confirms nor deflects those assumptions. After the conclusion of the book, one is left with more questions than answers, and can't help but hope there will be a sequel to answer those questions. The only conclusion I could draw from this short story is that it was an intriguing concept, and well worth reading. I recommend it highly for fans of the bizarre.
(review of free book)