I am not a published writer, but have had poetry published.  I do however love books, the written word, for me, is something to be treasured.  Without books I don’t think I would have survived through some difficult times.  From a very young age I was reading very advanced literature, when I was 5 my Mother was called to school to be told that I couldn’t continue with reading curriculum as I was already far too advanced and very bored.  I lost myself within the stories, immersed myself in the delicately spun web of imagination.

I have written many short stories, most of which have become lost following many moves and crashing of computers.  I don’t read as much these days, I find myself tired, but I have maintained my imagination so I hope that I will be able to produce some work that may one day encourage me to either finish one of the two books I’ve started or at the very least start to put all those ideas into something solid.

I would love to hear feedback, I believe that one should always strive to improve, to learn and to broaden the mind.



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