The author of this book is an absolute nut! And he even admits it wholeheartedly and would like a parade thrown on behalf of that fact alone! With all honesty though, he grew up the middle child in a family that was Jehovah Witness until he was twelve in Citrus Heights California, better known as the Sacramento valley. His parents divorced when he was five. He grew up as a social outcast (hermit), who sought after love, kindness, respect, and truth despite a prominent temper. After graduating from high school, he joined the military before moving to Las Vegas, Nevada, getting married, having children, and then getting divorced. He joined the LDS (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints) before he was married, fell away, and only truly gained his testimony and blessings after his divorce.
The author realized his ability to write when he was in high school as he wrote various poems. His talent has stayed with him, showing itself in the military through short stories and even through a book and one half written (not counting this one) that he will not publish for personal reasons. He once went to college for designing and developing video games, where the subjects he did best in were all about writing, and his mother has a book or two out on the market as well.
He is a good guy (or so I hear), single, has been learning and practicing patience, is temple worthy (with recommendation), and stuck in Las Vegas until he turns forty-five because he loves his three daughters. On the downside, he has had jobs from one end of the spectrum to the other, has never been promoted in any of them, and is more content being of service at the bottom of the chain than trying to get to the top. I personally think he is very imaginative, resourceful, creative, and, well, like I said, he is a nut! But then again, I might be a little bias. Enjoy the book!
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ISBN: 9781466982697
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