Check out Underground Book Reviews latest issue. My Life as a Sperm has a review this week — chosen Top Pick! — and there’s also an interview avec moi if you’re a glutton for nihilistic self-promotion. Feel free to share. It’s the only way this thing works. To read the full book review: -> My Life as… Continue reading Underground Book Review
I just received my review from the 23rd Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards. ===================================================================== MY LIFE AS A SPERM: ONE MAN’S QUEST TO SAVE THE WORLD by William Darrah Whitaker is a fun book for those who enjoy sarcastic, off-kilter humor with a high-stakes plot. Who doesn’t want to see if a somewhat unlikable,… Continue reading Boom Goes the Dynamite!
This adventure started with an unexpected email from a female admirer. I received another the following day from a different admirer (see my previous postings at http://wp.me/p28P7h-5e and http://wp.me/p28P7h-5s or none of this will make sense) I replied to both and, surprisingly, I received a quick reply from the second girl which actually addressed something that… Continue reading I Have a Female Admirer – The Final Chapter
My reply to Jane, my first female admirer (see http://wp.me/p28P7h-5e), went unanswered, but I did get an email from another admirer, probably a good friend whom Jane must have felt would make a better connection with me. Here’s her email: HELLO HANSOME, good morning. my name Is jenneth watson am a native of united state of… Continue reading I Have a Female Admirer – Part 2
Many of us out there in the big, cold, cruel world are looking for love. And when you finally get a taste of amour, well, you want to be able to give as much as you receive. I’m no different. I recently checked my Inbox and saw I had an email from a “female admirer”,… Continue reading I Have a Female Admirer
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The first story I remember ever writing was about killer trees. I think I might have been eight or nine, I don’t know exactly, but I do remember thinking what a great story it was and how I thought it would be so cool to be a writer. True that regarding the latter, maybe not… Continue reading Keeping the Spark Alive