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Donald Wells is the author of the TAKEN! Series, BLUE STEELE & The CALIBER DETECTIVE AGENCY.
He also writes The TANNER Series under the pen name of REMINGTON KANE.
When he's not writing he spends his time reading and when he's reading, he wishes he were writing.
A man of many talents, Mr. Wells invented the now much used term .com as well as the word "Dealy"
Before becoming a writer, Mr. Wells spent years as an aspiring pianist and was often known to spend hours at practice. If he had ever had access to a piano, who knows what heights he might have achieved.
A renowned Chocoholic, the town of Hershey, PA. is considering erecting a statue in his honor.
A little known fact: Mr. Wells was one of the original Back Street Boys.
Another of his talents is the writing of bogus biographies in the third person.
To learn about Mr. Wells' new releases and enjoy bonus content, please visit, www.donaldwells.com
Donald Wells', whimsical tone in these varied works, titled; `Sex Poems For Virgins' was a refreshing read that kept me hooked. I felt like a spectator on a soul journey throughout the different stages of a man's life.
I enjoyed his unique style. He questions existence with such raw emotion in the simple pleasures of life, from adolescence and beyond. It's not all light-hearted and whimsical, as you read toward the end segments of the book. His writings change some-what, and become more metaphysical in style. The latter years of growth, bring a deeper search of the self with how people change on the subject of sex, love, life, death, having, loosing, confusion; as well as all the natural ailments that can happen to a man in a course of a life. However, it left me feeling encouraged all the same, by the essence of love. This is a man who bares a beautiful soul, I felt I could relate with.
Also, the segments on marriage are to be envied. I felt I had come to know the author better, in the way he'd managed to capture so bravely the human quest for the meaning of life. There are many passages, and segments in this book I feel I will want to keep close, re-read, and reflect upon. I look forward to reading more from this author and highly recommend this read. Don't let the title fool you. By the end of the read, you might understand why he chose it.