|Favorite book:||Too many, too little space to list them|
|Member Since:||Sep 12, 2013|
HI THERE EVERYONE!
See that link above? If you are brave enough give it a read. Yes, you have seen right, it is on Silk. Trust me on this, but IT IS NOT EROTICA. The amazing writer that had the guts to write that powerful and disturbing story thought it is.... well, so powerful and disturbing it is meant for adult eyes only. You have everything you want in there. Everything except eroticism. You have hurt, frustration, struggle, anger and despair so deep you can feel them crawling up your skin until hair stands on the back of your neck. No, it isn't horror, if that's what you want to know. It's a story about a sixteen (SIXTEEN) years old rape and human trafficking male victim. Yes, we do have those in real life too. Read it. The only thing you'll be sorry for is that those pathetic excuse of human beings like Braden's "step-father" and rapist are still born on this Earth.
«THE HUNTED» HAD SURPASSED 100 READS!!! YEAH! maybe it's not much comparing to other writers here, but for me it's huge!!! Thank you all for reading!
Let me tell you something about what I like to read. Don't worry, it has nothing to do with whether I accept or not your reading request. I just wanted to share some incredible stories with you and to let you know, in the meantime, that I like... scratch that, I LOVE, reading true stories. BUT if the story reaches the level of these.... I... Look at me, I'm speechless. Not because of the literary quality they hold or not, but because of how fate plays trick sometimes. The list might continue.
http://www.booksie.com/non-fiction/book/billy_casper/a-reason-for-living-prelims - the saddest, the most touching story I have ever read. Have you ever seen the movie "Aurore, l'Enfant Martyre"? You might have not, for it's a Canadian one. Anyhow, Billy Casper's story made me think of it. It's worth reading his novel and watching the movie while at it.
Second story that has moved me in way I can't explain is Criss Sole's. http://www.booksie.com/non-fiction/novel/criss_sole/the-things-he-shattered/chapter/1 Read it! She deserves to be heard. Give her a reason to wake up in the morning, to open Booksie and to find a kind word of encouragement from you guys!
As I said, the list might continue...
If you do read my stuff (it's not much), thank you! And please comment to give me a glimpse of how does my work seem on the outside. I will always be subjective because, I'm sure you already know that, my work is my baby. Negative comments are welcome too, if they are constructive. If you don't like it, don't be afraid to say so, but explain why so I could learn from my mistakes. Last but not least, good luck on your own writing and ..... I'll see you around!
P.S. I'm sorry about the misspells and Grammar mistakes. English is not my native language and even if I do my best, I still manage to have a lot of them. Again, sorry!