Renting My Damn Mind

Michael is in a psychiatric ward waiting for a solution to his problem: He has three imaginary friends that have made his life a torment. His family never visits, his doctor will only prescribe him medications and his love life is a mess. Michael seems to have hope again when he learns that his family will come to visit for the first time in three years. However, his three imaginary friends decide

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About Eduardo A. Borges

Agustin Eduardo Medina Borges was born in Santurce, San Juan de Puerto Rico. (San Juan, Puerto Rico, February 28, 1977), writer and playwright. It has now sold more than 10,000 in his first two books, "Learning to Relate" and "Call me, I will encourage” and over 20,000 copies in the presale of his book “Rent my Damn Mind.”

His elementary education was in elementary school Pedro Geronimo Goyco; in intermediate Maria Auxiliadora Colegio de Santurce high school and culminates at the Ramon Power y Giralt. He began his studies at the University of the Sacred Heart in Santurce in Literature.

Most of their work experience had it in network marketing, when it became independent sales representative in 2003 achieving great success. This experience led him to travel several countries in South America and he gets experience.

His works show a wide range of literary styles. Published works are social critiques, realism, drama and comedy. He confesses that when he proposed to write does not have an original plan, just an idea to develop. His next work will have a strong spiritual content, fiction and magical characters that bring the most skeptical reader to doubt the reality.

His goal is to reach young readers. Use the concept of the future to propose progressive ideas and points to outdated traditions in society. In each reflection of our author leads us to extend an idea beyond the obvious. In his works we can see the satire and comedy as an element often used for self-analysis of the reader.

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