I'm a writer, musician, artist, philosopher & universalist. Sort of a modern Renaissance man.
I've been writing short stories and poetry collections since the age of 12; I am now 31.
I didn't start self publishing my work until early 2011. So far I've self published a dozen of my works in print and plan on self publishing at least a dozen more. I really enjoy the freedom and convenience of self publishing.
What are you working on next?
I am constantly working on many new and interesting things. I really enjoy experimenting with words and the process of understanding them.
Who are your favorite authors?
James Joyce, Leo Tolstoy, Walt Whitman, Joseph Conrad, Neil Gaiman, Cormac McCarthy, Charles Dickens, Willian Faulkner, J.D. Salinger, Mark Twain, Ralph Ellison, Herman Melville, T.S. Eliot
AWARENESS has been a year and a half in the making. It started out as a work of nonfiction but then gradually intermingled with fictional tales of poetic deceit and heartache. Your subconscious mind will absorb most of it well before your conscious mind does. In short, it is very unlike most literary novels.
This Abstract Mental Thing is actually three original poetry collections in one. The first is titled This Thing We Call Life and is a collection of 30 poems. The second is titled Mental Forms and is a collection of 40 poems. The third and final collection is titled Abstract-ness and is a collection of 44 poems.
On the surface Pythagorean is a sort of poetic/metaphysical prose construction. It is loosely based on the teachings of the Greek Mathematician Pythagoras. It also focuses slightly more on the why of the self.
Bob was a very fortunate man. He could afford the finer things in life. He could always be found strutting up and down the boulevard in a custom made Armani suit. He’d wave at all the pretty young girls and most of them would wave back.
The earth rotates once more on its axis. The darkened side becomes the sunny side and the sunny side becomes the darkened side. All the while, people are either getting ready for another hum drum day or going to sleep in order to be rested for another hum drum day.