Thursday, September 29, 2011

The Author's Responsibility To Readers

When a reader parts with their hard earned money to buy one of my books, I feel this is an act of trust. The reader, in essence, is handing me their mind for the duration of the read, trusting me to put something in it worth the money they spent. I respect this. My job is to manipulate the reader's imagination to take their mind to unexpected, scary, funny, beautiful and bizarre places.

I write stories that organically evolve out of the character's moral choices and  the odd circumstances they find themselves in. I want to put fun with depth inside your mind, something you can get only from reading as opposed to all other forms of media. If you love the unique, try the book selection from Beam's Doorway.

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