Saying he doesn’t want to be bothered, an author hides out at a library, then later hides his writing desk in a secret location, to write his first book.
Frustrated at not being able to write, an author tries a new technique — he writes a piece as a letter to a trusted friend. And in the process, he finds his writing voice.
After many years of not writing, a man feels compelled to sit down with paper and pad. He reflects on the curious hesitation he feels, is puzzled by the resistance he senses within himself. Is he doubting his talent, or is there something more?
An author receives a personal phone call from a publisher, who is excited about publishing a book he has written. The author is not thrilled, as would be expected. He is terrified, and doesn’t know why. This is the first Life As A Human Post by Dan L. Hays whose writing about growing up in an alcoholic home has helped many people realize they are not alone.