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The only thing better than a book that you read for pleasure, is a book that you can read for pleasure. (I’m looking at you, Stephen King!) If I can get readers to take pleasure in my words, I’ll be satisfied.
After reading the first few chapters of the upcoming book, I had to know it was about this guy’s daughter. I had a hard time believing it. This is the story of the author’s relationship with his mother and her death. The story of how his mother died and how he came to live with his widowed father in obscurity. The story of the author’s father’s disappearance and the attempts to find him after they realized he was a serial killer.
I don’t know about you, but I feel like I was reading a book based off the life of a man.
The first time I read I was on my way to meet my boyfriend in the hospital. We were going to have a coffee together and we just happened to get side-tracked by a story that I have since re-read dozens of times and never actually remember about. And I had to know it was about me.
That story also is the basis of the book ‘tamed’ which you can find at Amazon.
The book in all its original form is a historical fiction about a young man who is trying to find himself as he ages from an orphaned child to a man whose memories are slowly rewinding back to his youth. The story is called “tamed” because it follows a man’s life as he gets older, learning things about himself and his own past and then dealing with the consequences of those actions.
In writing a book about yourself, you have to be honest with yourself about who you are, and what you want to become. In the case of someone who is trying to find himself, he tells himself lots of things that he wants to change about himself as he ages. This is a time of self-discovery.
The character in tamed book talks about growing up in a family of criminals, and then he goes on to explain that in order to be successful in his quest to become a criminal mastermind, he has to learn how to forgive and forget. This is the hardest part of the book. How do you learn to forgive yourself? How do you learn to not try to live up to someone else’s expectations? It’s really a question of life and death.
The problem here is that, like life, there is no such thing as “sunny day”. Our minds do not operate in a vacuum. We are never in a spot where we can see a clear picture of the future, and we can never fully know what tomorrow will bring. We are never in a “just in time” situation. If these things were true, there would be no room for self-reflection.
Like all things, the same is true of our lives. Every person who reads this has a different view of the world than you. Some of us know that we are imperfect. Some of us know that we’re going to die. Some of us know we will never be perfect. We make choices with great responsibility and great power.