My favorite author is Raymond Chandler. I like a good detective story and Mister
Chandler has given me many hours of reading enjoyment. I feel my style has definitely been influenced by him. As a small boy I liked to play cops and robbers and enjoyed the matinée movies of Humphry Bogart and James Cagney playing gangster parts. The jazz age is ever so much on my mind because of its music and the flappers attitude of I don't give a damn. By writing this book I have in a way relived those roaring days of booze and gangland wars, when the stock market was taking investors through the stratosphere before the crash of 29, when men wore fedoras and women rolled-down stockings. I hope you enjoy reading my stuff as much as I did writing it.
July 17, 2013 at 10:26AM
sharon kessio: my favourite writer is sydney sheldon, i love his books. im currently reading one know as rage of Angels dont know if u have read that.. its awesome.
July 20, 2013 at 4:32AM
sharon kessio: by the way i've started a story which i want you to continue up to a point then i'll continue from where u'll stop..
July 20, 2013 at 4:34AM
ramfire: Need more information about you. How tall are you, what do you like to do?
This is a story about a little girl who loses her favorite comfort object. During her search , she faces many obstacles which she must overcome. She tackles her environment with her problem solving skills. Boys will enjoy this book because the little girl gets in so much "trouble". Contact Brigitte for a signed copy.
This character-driven tale embarks on a journey towards self-worth involving Cass Backus, a young girl experiencing awkward teenage moments and bullying. Longing to escape her adolescent drama, she looks forward to reconnecting with her childhood friend, Brad. However, numerous obstacles and misadventures stand in her way. The question remains: Will Cass and Brad ever manage to catch up and take their friendship to the next level?