Every once in a while a new book is released that is so different from the mainstream genre of books, we have to stop and take notice. A book that is distant from the world of sci-fi fiction, fantasy and the crime adventures and erotica that flood the virtual bookshelves. And this book for me was “Diary of a Non-Writer” by Jeffrey S. Mazza.
The author writes with such debonair and ease that the thoughts of his fictional character flow gracefully across the pages and we absorb them, and before long we feel as if we are that person. This character could be anyone who is honest enough to dream and then bold enough to try to set that dream into a reality.
The innocent thoughts are displayed in a contagious humor that compels us to keep reading just to see what the protagonist will do next. The thoughts and actions are so realistic that as I was reading each page I could see myself acting very similar to this character. There is a simplicity about him that drives him into situations that I only wish I had the nerve to endure.
The book is short, only 52 pages in total, and that’s the perfect size because once you begin reading you won’t be able to put it down. You’ll want to finish the story. And then if you enjoyed it as much as I did, you’ll read again.
It’s a light-hearted tale of a guy who wants to be an author, and although this is fiction his thoughts are true images of the thoughts of many other authors who have just never admitted them.
“Diary of a Non-Author” is available at Amazon.com in both Kindle e-book format and soft cover copy. If you want to read a book that’s entertaining and relaxing, and that also reveals a hidden truth about yourself, then you’ll want to get a copy of this inspiring book today. Find out what’s really in the mind of an author.
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