“About me.” I think it’s far more important and interesting to call it “I’m about.” If I show you what I’m about, things will be accomplished and you will know about me; the most important things, at that.
I write because I need to. Remember that line in Shadowlands: “We read to know we’re not alone.”
I write to know I won’t be forgotten. To know that I won’t forget and won’t stop telling stories.
I am a husband and father to the two most radiantly important people in my life.
I think of myself as a negativeaholic in recovery. Pessimism for a defense mechanism is about as useful as a millstone for a flotation device. I want to help and encourage others to remove the philosophical and theological roadblocks to joy and happiness in their lives.