I live to write—Until recently, I underestimated my passion
and its extreme impact on my life. As a child, I stuttered,
secretly stifling my voice for fear of ridicule and
embarrassment. My penchant for creative writing helped me to
locate a clearer voice…simultaneously nurturing and
enhancing my self-esteem.
This memoir of soliloquies is a vivid articulation of
esoteric ingenuity. I tend to write in blank verse of
unparalleled variety, invention, and rhythmic flexibility.
My soliloquies bring-to-light, social commentary—igniting
higher-order thinking, which allows the reader to challenge
his or her own ability to think outside the box. Each
thought is mirrored through photography, giving the reader a
deeper experience into understanding my take on the world.
I manipulate words using alliterative intricacies—a
stylistic device, which will hopefully intrigue and pique
the interest of youths, sparking a lifelong appreciation for
My dream has been to publish a book that can be used as a
tool for helping others find their voices and maintain a
I am writing for the world to experience my passion—my
inner-being manifestations—for all who need a vehicle that
will quench a desire to become outspoken and expressive.
I am hoping this book of self-expression will help others
who are in search of their inner selves, and for those young
men who need to be heard when no one is listening.
Did I Stutter? is a “linguistic portfolio” of personified
uplifting, carefully interwoven with tried-and-true mantras
of scripted “thoughts 2 things” creations. When in the hands
of the curiously astute, this intricate piece of writing
will open doors to the sublime mind—soulfully enlightening
the brain with spiritual logic.
At the very end of Did I Stutter?, I provide the reader
opportunity to reflect on their thoughts and feelings in
regard to my commentary—I am very optimistic the prompts
will help stimulate eclectic dialogue and an unrelenting
passion for creative writing.
Works In Progress
Comeuppance 1110…The Dream…Enigma 1208