Rodger was born a natural thinker, unearthing some of the deepest reality forming our society. Yonder years molded a meal of circumstances that left him Chasing the Chronicles of Childhood, and after detecting The Cost of Freedom, he admitted it was his unwavering mission to unveil The Invisible Mask. Despite embarking on that trilogy - with the first being an autobiography - all three books are heavily based on the real world.
In his spare time, he's reading a book, listening to music or surfing the world. Rodger remains a work in progress; the carving of a masterpiece that creates peace of mind for those who come in contact with him or his work of Art.
His free-spirited, fun-loving approach to life is one that encourages others to be bold; be brave and trust God because those are the formulas to discovering one's full potential.
How do you approach cover design?
I think firstly of the content, then carve a vivid picture that best underline the subject matter.
Locked between the ever-present thoughts of a lost father and the promiscuity of a stepfather, Britanie wakes every morning wishing it was her last day on earth. Her worth had ridiculously diminished within, though on the outside she painted a daily caption with her irresistible smile. But like every lost soul, she dared for that day when she will kiss her cares goodbye.
The world was never a level playground and it didn't promise anyone more than a fleeting glance at happiness but Reuben was determined to unravel the murder of his father which triggered off a line of killing that was getting closer and closer to him. If only for the peace of his beloved brother and bewitched mother, he was ready to pay The Cost of Freedom to obtain their salvation.
Some shockers in life are just unbelievable, while others were really nightmares escaping into the world of authenticity. Born to the union of a paradoxical family, Reggie grappled with the choice of patricide or suicide. Which carried the lesser penalty? His first demon visiting at the age of five left without answering but somehow he knew thereafter, it would've been a rocky ride to adulthood.