About the Author
James A. Wright
Born: November 12, 1975
Graduate: Devry University (engineering field)
“Wise men, when in doubt whether to speak or to keep quiet, give themselves the benefit of the doubt and remain silent.”—Napoleon Hill
Writing books enables me to tell fiction stories in shattered mirrors—mirrors that may have passed through some unlucky soul once and live to tell about it. The audience of my books, will like the ups and downs, and twists and turns. There’s a positive message in all the stories, and I hope the readers can find it through all the insanity and emotion of the book. Ultimately, having readers that like your creativity and your twisted style of the writing, is enough one could ask for. To hopefully capture the readers mind in a way no one else has, just for a moment, and take them to a different universe for a short time is what I aspire to. Short stories written to keep the readers pasty eyes glued to the page, while trying to keep the readers and their mind intrigues throughout the whole story is a task. One can only hope to keep the eager readers neurons firing and their attention glued to the whole story, captured by the shockers in each special chapter—capturing and keeping—the reader a part of the story.