Two Souls, One Door: The Threshold of Reality

Nothing is certain or known in the void. Space is infinite and time is irrelevant. In a place such as this, two souls wait for a door that may never open. This is where Alex Porter found himself. One moment, he was taking a nap before going to his high school reunion; and the next, he was nowhere. In a place where time was irrelevant, Alex encounters a complication: his new waiting companion. More

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  • Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
  • Words: 6,870
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781370753925
About Christopher Goodrum

Christopher Goodrum writes on the go. That is how he would describe how he prefers to write. He still prefers the old way of writing: putting pen to paper, even in this age of laptops and tablets,

Starting with comedic skits for talent shows at a young age, Goodrum quickly found his knack for humor and the art of screwball comedies. His later years transformed his work from skits to dramatic plays, having scripted, performed, and directed an one-act play for the senior class of his high school as well as scripted original dialogue for his high school's Broadway Revue show. All the while, he begun his adventures in writing novels and teleplays. After a few years, he shifted his focus on honing his craft in writing novels: particularly in the genres of science fiction and fantasy.

Goodrum is an entertainer at heart. A self-proclaimed jack-of-all-trades in this field. He acted and directed; sung and danced; composed, recorded, and performed musical scores; played the piano; briefly tried stand-up; and learned the art of improvisation. He performed in numerous plays and musicals, both in high school and for San Joaquin County in California, performing in front of the state's capital; and performed in two theme parks, including Paramount's Great America (now, California's Great America) and the Disneyland Resort.

Through it all, writing was the one thing that was always present.

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