"I actually thinks it's super rare for them to be that aware of each other. But I had this thought when I was writing: what if you sat all the personalities down, introduced them to each other, and asked if they would rather live their own…"
"Eliza made up her own written language to keep other people from reading her diaries. But one day, on her way home from work, she spots graffiti in a subway tunnel written in her secret alphabet. And decides to do what it says.
(Some background: the book is a series of journal entries written by a woman with Multiple Personality Disorder. It is meant to be a light read: I produced it in one weekend to force myself out of a nasty bout of writer's block. Also contains coarse language. Apologies if that's not your thing.)Chapter 1I stole…See More
Trust no one. Especially if they live in your body.A lonely woman with Multiple Personality Disorder kept a journal in her own made-up language.You found it. Flipped through the pages, realized they're all written in some strange, unintelligible script.And then you dropped it.It fell open to a set of pages you could…See More
"I'm interested in the IndieListers link you sent. Methinks you shall see some activity from me. As for the landing page: I'm not a Christian, but I'm interested in the Marine pilot aspect of it. My web developer tells me the icon…"
"I have my own website.
It contains all my book's information, as well as social media links. I decided not to get a standalone blog, but created a section on my site for blog-like posts, which are sent to my subscribers as a newsletter every…"
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CHAPTER ONEThe leaf landed gently among a collection of mostly stationary humans before it was crushed by a black leather shoe. The boy wearing that shoe sighed. He was bored out of his skull.Or so he pretended to be.Upon learning of his admission to a school he had purposefully set out not to join, Kenneth Bridge…See More
"This is a re-release of a previous book. I've changed the title (people used to get it wrong all the time), the cover (obviously), cut out a few storylines and shifted them to their own books, and added my distribution channels. Luckily I work…"
What do a leaf, a litter spike and a confused teenage boy have in common? Think again.Kenneth Bridge gets accepted into a school he hates, and intends to pick a fight with the first able-bodied male teacher he meets: to get himself expelled, of course. But someone knocks him out before he even sets foot in the building.He can…See More