Another question from my interview with Jim Riley was why I chose to write in first person. The answer is simple – so the reader can easily insert him or herself into the story. We probably can all see a bit of the main character in ourselves. It is easier to understand that main character if, instead of being told a story, we are part of the story. Advertisements Continue reading Why Is Creating A School Shooter Written In First Person?
We can’t escape the headlines of mass murders occurring in our schools and now our churches. The very place where children are sent to be educated. The very place where they should be safe and free from danger. Sadly, school … Continue reading Why write Creating a School Shooter?
Cash can’t be saved. Retirement is nothing but a dream. I will most likely die on the job, or homeless, cryogenically preserved in some street’s gutter. Continue reading Are We All A Bit Damaged?
Thank you for all of you who follow and read my blog. Lately I have been posting almost daily. I am now getting back into writing “The Damaged and Broken Stories,” so, will be posting about 2 – 3 times … Continue reading New Stories
I have developed a bit of a disdain for the overuse of the term “mental illness.” I truly believe it has become overused for what are normal personality traits and differences. In a country as free as the United States … Continue reading It Isn’t Always “Illness”