I’ve never really felt comfortable with the acquirement of “fans”, even though I know how talented I am, and that I’ll only get better as time goes along…

I have often been compelled to write so much (as in amount) that I have often been brought to tears at the fear of what it would mean if I actually caught up with myself, and what it would mean if more and more people could relate to my mere words…

It has caused such a fear that any attempts successful to do such have been consciously squelched by what I can only describe as “social anxiety”.

I believe that my recent attempts to understand economics and money may be my only saving grace as far as sharing my work with the public as much, for if it was not for that prospect, I would fall back upon those tendencies I had, starting around age 15, where I would feel compelled to write, then feel compelled to stop writing due to a (possibly) socially anxiec fear of social recognition…

My fear of going insane due to getting lost in my imagination… : Why my best friend is probably Buzz Lightyears away of me as far as writing is concerned…

How a sane writer who feels insane can know that he is ACTUALLY sane…

How I can know if I’m being successful as a writer (without even looking into my wallet).

A compulsive-writer’s dream…

The nature of writing is that you have to do it: the exhausting nature of the work which I wish to accomplish.

What I want as a writer.

A Memorandum on Dreams.

A Treatise on Stubbornness.




Voluntarism and Capitalism.


Excerpts from my fiction.

My poetry.


Where you can financially support me if you so desire (T-shirts included; please share all of these links).

I Really Don’t CARE If Other People Don’t Like My Work.

The only purpose that I EVER wish to have with my work.


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