I was born in the Bronx, and grew up in Long Island, NY. I’ve been married for over 20 years to my wife. We have two grown children and two grandchildren. I am a full-time writer and editor focused on social media, business, and entrepreneurship. I have a BA in English and also a Ph.D. in Creative Writing.
I am very proud to be a part of the social media community. I love the technology that drives the web and the people in it. I also love books and movies, music, and sports. I just got back from vacation this week, so I have lots of things to share.
So I’m writing a book about my life! I just finished my first draft and I’m a little antsy about getting it published. But I can’t help it. I love writing and I really feel like I’m having a blast doing it.
I love writing. I feel like I get so much satisfaction from making a great book that is about something I love, that people will want to share it with their friends and families, and get the chance to read it for themselves. I love the feeling of writing a novel that makes readers laugh, cry, and feel a million different emotions.
I’ve been doing this for a while and think I have a pretty good understanding of what makes people laugh, cry, feel different emotions, and so on. But I’m not sure I’ve ever written anything that was so thought-provoking and so thought-provoking it makes me laugh every time I read it. It’s like a comedy, but its’ not. It’s just a funny story that’s in the world, but its’ not about the world itself.
But it is, and this is why I love this style of writing. Every day I wake up and I think of something that makes me laugh. And when I write a novel, I feel the same way. When I write a book, I don’t want it to be something you either like or hate. I just want to scare you. I want it to make you laugh.
I see what you mean. I only have one thing on my mind when I write, and thats how I’m going to make the world stop laughing at me.
The only thing a writer has on their mind when they write is how to scare people. So when I write a book, I want it to scare people, and not just make people laugh.
I don’t know if it’s the fact that I’m writing a comedy or the fact that I’m writing a thriller, but lately it seems like I’ve been writing more and more thriller-y stuff. I think it’s because I’m just getting more and more comfortable with that genre, and I feel more comfortable with the genre that I’m in now.