Novelist, screenwriter, essayist and true-crime writer, J. Richard Singleton has been crafting stories since high school, with an original screenplay that he wrote, "Thugs," became a semi-finalist in the American Accolades Screenplay Contest. At CSULA, he dual majored in political science and English, writing for both his university's newspaper and literary journal. He completed "Glyphics" right before he turned 21, then he finished it again in 2011. His literary influences include Kafka, Twain, Poe and Stephen King.
on April 26, 2016 :
The writing style for this story is excellent. The author does a good job with the descriptions and with capturing the voices of adolescent characters. You really feel like you're there.
(review of free book)