I refuse to speak of myself in the third person-therefore, I won't.
Within these cyber pages of my non-reality, lies the ramblings of a lost soul...With a mind that's possibly twisted, deformed and erratic, so it may be, and was once said-I think.
Nonetheless my friend, it's the only one I have, and the local five and dime is full out. Therefore, I'll have to just make due, and adjust to my affliction, accepting what I can not change...This could be the first day of an ending just beginning to take form. My world as I knew it, is once again...changing. Changing, yet, not quite evolving as I would prefer, into another chapter of despair with sentences of hope well written within its pages. "The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances; if there is a change both are transformed." --C.G. Jung
Today, I pull the cover together, binding its sweet smelling pages tightly inside, for privacy, until I revisit again...Would you care to join me?
"No Choice But Hell" a 500 word flash, is published in May 2006 Writer Post Journal magazine, by LBF Books, and soon to be published in a collection of authors flash fiction anthology book,released 2008, and in major bookstores including Amazon and Barnes & Nobles, and a poem written and dedicated to my step-son who committed suicide, "A Brief Young Life" is published in Writer Post Journal magazine, August 2006 issue. I also have other poetry published, but I don't count those much. I've turned down a few publishing offers for "Leave A Whisper"' and "Be Careful What You Wish" due to not reaching an agreement of the contract terms and not liking the publisher(s) policies. I've held out for better opportunities....my time will come. "The Tail That Wagged The Dog" a children's book, is currently seeking an illustrator, and has two publishers interested in publishing it.
I'm really not as perverse and profound as I've made it appear on this profile. Nor am I as demented as my novel "Leave A Whisper".....good mainstream thrillers are in high demand, so I jumped on the bandwagon.
I used to be the #1 Top Ranked Reviewer and Top this and that in 2004. I lost track of where I was in 2005--literally. But that was then and this is now. I have more important things to do, like writing my novel(s) than compete as a top ranked anything.
God may have created man first,
but there's always a rough draft before the masterpiece.