I've always been a writer. I grew up in New Jersey - about twenty minutes east of Philadelphia - reading anything that held my attention, which was quite a bit. I remember this one kid in high school who was dumbfounded that, at 15, I was reading SHOGUN. I graduated from USC's School of Cinema and Television, but it took me a few years to realize that what I needed to do was write, not direct. And since I need my ideas and intentions to remain intact in the final product, prose it is.
Two life-long friends discuss their respective romantic situations. But the conversation turns twisted when one makes a rather ridiculous request of the other that involves a healthy dose of sociopathy and a very special pastry.
It's a strange magical world, where people travel atop griffons or inside giant arachnids, where people observe the ancient religions and thrill to the legends of old. But a simple trip to the Soul Herder's Market can prompt a young man to question everything he's been taught to believe.