Hello is different.
It’s not like other books out there.
It has no page numbers. No headings. No table of contents. And a blatant disregard for the rules of the written word.
The book is, at its simplest form, an original collection of free-verse poems, short stories, and other literary works.
It is a painting. It deconstructs the world and reassembles it in words.
It is a voice, standing up and stepping out. A voice tired of the conventional wisdom. A voice that’s willing to say something about it. A cultural commentary.
It is a flare in the dark, a dusty light clicking on down in the maze. A young cry for more. For something deeper.
But Hello is understood not through summaries, but by picking it up and reading it for yourself. And so I ask that you would.
Here’s a free excerpt.
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See it for yourself.
Want to help out a young author? Here are some ways you can help.
- Write a review for Hello on Amazon.
- Share Hello on social media.
- Talk about Hello on your website (if you’ve got one, that is).
- Or simply tell your family and friends about it by word of mouth.