The sub-moronic ramblings of a semi-functioning illiterate

The enigmatic Polysyllablic Profundities has reviewed my novel, THE GODS OF ASPAHLT as well as Edward Hotspur’s 100 SCENES and THE ELEVENTH QUESTION by Dianne Gray!

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I love to read.  I don’t make as much time for it as I would like because I am consumed with writing, but when I do ignore the incongruously fueled ideas that seep into my conscious hours I love to immerse myself in the written expression of others as consumed as I am by words.  I have been fortunate to meet many talented writers and genuinely nice people on this blog site.  And I also consider myself lucky to have read some of their published works.  I have written my amateur reviews on Amazon and wanted to share them with you in hopes that you would read the books written by these truly talented people.

The Gods of Asphalt by H.E. Ellis – I didn’t want to put it down 

Engaging from beginning to end, The Gods of Asphalt takes us on a journey of emotion and growth. Sawyer and…

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