An introductory memoir from L.G. Blazo that begins to detail his frustrations with police, parents, teachers, and the American education system. More
Who is L.G. Blazo?
An exceptionally complicated, unapologetic, dark, and imperfect human being. Yet, one who has ultimately displayed heroic traits to those that understand you may have to tell a few bluffs, break a few laws, and cause more than a few authority figures to lose sleep at night if you plan to experience life to it's fullest.
L.G. Blazo doesn't care about your rules, regulations, corporate guidelines or any other nonsense like a workplace handbook that you might use to try and control him. He's used to people questioning the underlying integrity of his actions, wondering about his own sanity, and doesn't worry about those who label him an outcast. This antihero recognizes the world for precisely what it is, harbors no illusions as to his place within it, and adjusts his fundamental character accordingly.
His mind, body, and soul may be tortured, but his Grandmother made sure his heart was set to the right frequency.
When it comes to the things that matter most in life...
Family, friends, love, respect, honesty, loyalty, compassion, and sympathy.
L.G. Blazo's moral compass is due north.