Joined 10 years ago
Originally I wanted to be a lawyer. Now I'm a baker specializing in chocolate (Ironic because I am allergic to eating chocolate). But my greatest friend showed me the world of literature right in front of me. He taught me to read, write, and inspire everything and everyone around me. Since then I have decided that I want to be an author.
Currently, I have not published any novels. But I am a published poet. I love to read and welcome any suggestions in any genera. I find that writers read more so than they write.
This is a link to my Amazon store. I update it constantly so check back often. As I said before, I love to read. There are novels from all genera and I believe are worth while. There are some classics, non fiction, a section of relationships, national bestsellers, memoirs, and books that I adore, but have little in the way of publicity.
Please feel free to leave comments on any of my Hubs. I welcome different prespectives (good and bad) on anything I write.
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