People get a strange impression of me. They read my books, get it in their minds that I am the next anti christ, then come to my book signings to do one of two things: Get an unholy blessing or try to show me the error of my ways. Then when they do meet me, both parties are usually a little surprised. Instead of a fire breathing, horned demon in a black cloak signing books with a pen that's smoking crimson, they see a normal guy, full of love and respect for everyone. One party is dissapointed while the other is pleasantly surprised. I guess what I am saying is, friends, please don't assume things about anybody, especially negative things. That is one of the great things about this site, this is the first forum that accepted me as a person and not just another horror writer. Thank you everyone for that!
Abysmal_Savant wrote 410 days ago (positive)1I for one can respect a pen differently than a person. I respect a person for the effort they put across but a pen i respect because of the way it impacts me. Another instance of true poetry is most times when you see the face behind the page it is not what one expects to see which is poetic in its own way. jus be you man, your great how you are1 point