About the Author
Even as a child the author had a vivid imagination and is a dream chaser. The author has had no formal training in the field of literature or liberal arts, but is has been well documented in his personal writings that, yet as an adult, he attests to being a dreamer. He has been told and reminded of the same during his life, many times over and it many ways. Although the basic story of The Man Who Dared to Dream is strictly his interpretation of a fictional circumstance with fictional characters, it is his vehicle to express his remorse and guilt for making bad decisions as an adult, as well as a way to express how friendship, love, and compassion for our fellow man can have its own reward and accolades. This book is his first major literary venture. The simple fact is, one morning the author, after returning home from a family affair, was siting in his chair and had the overwhelming urge to write something. Although he had no idea, when he touched his pencil to the sheet of paper and wrote the words "the old man sat alone" the rest of the story followed as though it had already been written. The only other process necessary was to allow the words to flow from his pencil onto the paper. It is his wish that readers will open the portal in their own mind and get a sense of what it might be like to be one --that is, if they are not dreamers already. For him, this labor of love is yet one last dream being chased.
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