Just a lover of life.
There is so many interesting things going on around us. It is our job as writers to capture these moments and share them with those who don't see.
I, Lucifer by Glen Duncan is one of my favorite books. Also, The Once and Future King written by T. H. White, Denis Johnson, Chuck Palahniuk, Raymond Carver, Tobias Wolfe, Anne Sexton, Jim Morrison, David Mamet but my all time favorite would have to be Richard Brautigan.
Just discovered this website http://www.goodreads.com/ and I love it. I highly recommend it for those who are looking to do book clubs with friends from all over the world.
Hi Robert. Glad to see you in the Woodshed!
Robert, That's funny, I'm doing the same - only at 250 words! 55 seems impossible. . .
Delighted you liked Temp Passport enough to buy my book! Kissy one time XX (Oops - that's 2!)
Robert, Thank you for commenting on and faving "Whiplash Marriage." I just now noticed your comment. Thanks for the Brautigan comparison!
Hi Robert-A belated welcome to Fictionaut! Thanks so much for the fave on "Madeline the Admired". I look forward to reading your work.
Hi Robert. Thanks for digging up "A New Tattoo" and giving it a star. Of all the pieces I've posted, this story seems to touch a cord with readers. I'm glad you like it, and glad you're enjoying Fictionaut too.
Thanks for the read and the star! I'm so glad you like "Don't Grieve for Fish." Are you new to Fictionaut? If so, welcome!
Bob: It means a lot to me that like my poem "The Rest Home" so much. Thank you, thank you for your wonderful response.
Thanks for commenting on the Euclid poem, Robert. Appreciate it!
Thank you, Robert! I'm so glad you enjoyed, "The Savoy"! Thank you so much for taking the time to read it.
No prob! It's a great group idea. And welcome to Fictionaut! Looking forward to catching some of your work next time I'm here.
Hi Robert: Thank you for stopping by to read and comment on "Soir Bleu." I appreciate it.
Thanks for responding to "Old Age," Robert. But be careful of people watching. It's hard on the eyes.
Hey Robert--thanks for reading and commenting on Snapshot. You felt like you spent a day with this family??--must be exhausted.
Hello Namesake! I mean Robert, thanks for your comments on "Park Bench" and "Love, comet,". They are much appreciated. Reach out to me anytime.
thanks for the comment Rob!
Thanks for commenting on "The Tree is Farther to the Man" poem. Appreciate the read!
Robert, Thanks for your comments on Submersion. You got it. . .
Hi, Robert. Thanks so much for reading "Clotting." Your comment is very much appreciated.
Thank you for your cool comment on my Ornamental Onion XX
Hi Robert--Thanks for the love about "The Rest Home," a poem that came naturally and yet was most difficult to write.
Great comment on "Black Ice," Robert. Thanks for faving it! Welcome to Fictionaut!
Welcome to Fictionaut, Robert!