“How many people dare to live the life they dream of? Face their real fears about who they really are, not their houses, or jobs, or habits?”
For as long as I can remember I’ve been told, “Life is short, so you better do what you love.” If that’s true, I can think of no better way to spend my life than sharing my stories with others.
A good friend of mine once described me as always writing, even when I’m not. I have so many ideas and creations I want to share with whoever will listen and writing down these tales, both real and fictitious, is as natural to me as breathing.
To that end, I’ve been presented with the opportunity to dare to live the life of my dreams. I am now a full-time writer, but my dream involves more than just me. Jules Renard once said, “Writing is the only profession where no one considers you ridiculous if you earn no money.” Where that is true, my wife and I have a powerful need to eat (more than once a day) and a strong desire to have a roof over our heads (this goes doubly for my wife).
So, if you’re reading this, be sure to pick up a copy of my latest novel, Folklore, The Sifter Saga: Book 1, now available for purchase on both ebook and trade paperback. You’ll sleep well knowing that every purchase made goes to support one man’s dream of making a living by doing exactly what he loves every day (I know I will).
I appreciate you reader and, where you honestly owe me nothing, I cannot thank you enough for the opportunity to share my words with you.
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