"Mr. Wretlind has penned a tale of such emotional and literary depth it will haunt the reader long after the last page is turned."
-- Michael K. Rose, author of Sullivan's War"Wretlind takes readers on a unique journey that rips away the outer layers of people allowing us to stare into their souls where humanity is universal: no matter the genre of writing."
-- Gregory Allen, 2012 International Book Award and NY Book Festival winner, Patchwork of Me
About the Author
Benjamin ran with scissors when he was five. He now writes. He has been--at different times, of course--a fry cook, range boy, greens maintenance technician, reservations agent, room service attendant, editor, banquet server, meteorologist, instructor, program manager for Internet applications, curriculum developer, training simulation engineer and certification coordinator.
The author of A Difficult Mirror
, Castles: A Fictional Memoir of a Girl with Scissors
and Sketches from the Spanish Mustang
, Benjamin has been called "a Pulitzer-caliber writer" with "a unique American voice." Aside from novels, he has been published in many magazines to include The Horror Express
, All Hollows: The Journal of the Ghost Story Society
, Horror Carousel
and Bare Bones
He also gets up before 4am to milk (words, not cows). His wife, Jesse, is an artist and counselor, which helps dealing with the five kids they raise as well as a dog, a rabbit, two hamsters, a gerbil and three fish. You can find Benjamin psychoanalyzing himself on his blog (bxwretlind.com/), on his Facebook page (facebook.com/bxwretlind/) or lounging about in the Twitterverse (@bxwretlind).