Published First Book – How to Deal with Difficult People

Hey everybody, I have some semi interesting news to share. I’m still waiting on the cover for “Red Winter” but in the mean time I published my first “book”. You might be wondering why I put book in italics. Well it’s a “book” in a very very loose sense. It’s honestly only six pages…but that’s why I’m giving it away for free. It’s called “How to Deal with Difficult People” and if you’d like to download it here is a link to Gumroad.com for a “pay what you want” version of the book:

https://gumroad.com/l/nvgjwk

I did also publish the text on Amazon Kindle but it doesn’t allow me to sell products for free or pay what you want. So instead it’s at the lowest price of $0.99. If you would like to get it off there for any particular reason then I’ll post a link below as well:

Either way I hope you guys enjoy this short but otherwise silly satirical piece I did. Hopefully I’ll have some more content news to share soon. Until then take it easy everyone.

Generic Love Poem Template

Here’s a poem I did a number of months ago. I also submitted it recently to a poetry blog if you guys want to check it out there: https://lunatheblog.com/2020/12/30/generic-love-poem-template/

Otherwise enjoy this cynical satirical piece.


Generic Love Poem Template

<Insert text about finally finding the one>

<Insert text about how you’ve never felt this way before>

<Insert text about how you get butterflies when they hold your hand, kiss you, etc.>

<Insert text about how great the sex is>

<Insert text about how you’d be devastated if they were never part of your life again>

<Insert a unique metaphor to try to come across as clever or deep>

<Insert text about how you’ve been waiting for so long>

<Insert text about how they finally make you complete>


Example:

I’ve finally found the one;

I’ve never felt like this before.

When they’re holding me in their arms

I can’t help but feel restored.

I feel butterflies in my stomach

when they’re making love to me.

Like a ship floating in the ocean

on a sea of ecstasy.

If they ever truly left me

I’d don’t know how I would go on.

It’d be like the moon without its twilight

and the sun without the dawn.

For too long I have been waiting

feeling the bitter taste of defeat,

but now I can finally say

that I truly feel complete.