James Aldridge is a shy, quirky, goofy 40-something who enjoys spending his days working as a licensed private investigator and living with his family in the wild, wild west of Texas. When not devising intriguing plot lines, he enjoys spending his free time nestled in the world of photography. If you would like to write him and have him talk to you in the third-person, he can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have something nice to say, he will write you back promptly and be ecstatic that you took the time to write. If you have something negative to say, your email will be printed on cherry-flavored paper, shredded, and fed to rabid squirrels that patrol his enormous estate.
Are you aware that he is also a rabid photographer? Not in the foamy-mouth Texas squirrel sense, but in the sense that he loves photography and is constantly taking pictures. But don’t take my word for it, go check out his website and see for yourself what he can do with a camera, and why he named his photo portfolio after a group of British musicians with nice haircuts - http://www.industrialstrengthphotography.zenfolio.com
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A Collection of Short Stories - written by robots
(3.00 from 1 review)
By James Aldridge
Published: August 11, 2011.
Fascinating and intriguing short stories that deliver unexpected twists - plus a sample of the author’s upcoming horror novel, The Diary of P.F. Criggley. Discover true love, a global catastrophe, a boy who wants just one thing in life, an old man realizing his Golden Years, a worker who discovers he is not the man he thought he was, and a military weapon that does more than advertised.
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