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Why should you read my ebooks? Because my words will undress your imagination and take you places only hinted at in your dreams.

Plus they’re cheap.

What do you look for in a book? Something new? Something exciting? Something not disappointing?

You’ve come to the right place. I’m a writer with a variety of tastes, so there is a little something for everyone:

If you’re looking for a scare, check out Black Cat Scribbles Vol. 1. This collection provides a fresh look on horror, fresh distortions to sink your teeth into. You can see a sample story here.

If suspense is your game, check out Dark Twists and Surreal Turns. Everyone feels out of sorts once in a while, but what happens when things spiral out of control? How do you deal with life caving around you while you desperately try to survive? Especially in the middle of grad school?

This is book 1 of the Dark Twists Trilogy; books 2 and 3 coming soon!

For a conversation on the human condition, God is a Mob Boss might be right for you. This ebook covers taboo topics like mental illness, loneliness, suicide, and others while giving a different perspective on biblical stories. This is definitely an eye opener.

What about regular fiction? Jumping on the Trampoline is a collection of coming of age stories. They are all over the place in terms of subjects, but most center around growing up and college life.

Coming soon for regular fiction: A Whiskered Perspective. A different take on relationship turmoil and the power of a connection between a cat and his human.

For nonfiction, I’ve been a freelance resume writer for about ten years now, and created a resume template to help people build professional looking resumes. It’s a great way to revamp an old resume and give it the appeal you need to get a foot in the door and snag that interview.

I’ve also got an organizational outline great for breaking down overwhelming projects. I’m a teacher that teaches classes for college and high school, and this outline is second nature to me to keep all my classroom materials in check. Without it, my organized chaos would quickly deteriorate into a drivel of mush.

Coming soon for nonfiction: Green and Red Flags to Look for in a Relationship. This is a companion piece to A Whiskered Perspective. I’ve compiled all I’ve learned and experienced over the years into one short ebook of what to look out for—both good and bad. There’s something to be said to have a road map for relationships—not everything is rosy.

M.G. Spear : Writing with Flair

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