No. The first book I ever wrote was a book called, Fraternity. It got twenty-four rejection letters, and still sits on my shelf. Will I ever go back to it? I don’t know. It’s kinda like a ‘68 Mustang. You can clean it up, and put in a new engine, and install new air conditioning and a CD player, but on some level, when you do that, you rob it of its soul.
What I love about Fraternity is that, whatever I think about it, it’s a book with a soul. It’s me figuring out how to write. And on every page, it has the passion of someone who’s falling in love with the process. That’s what’s great about it. So, yes, I can take it, update it, and put in the new CD player, but sometimes, AM/FM is more than enough.
The funny, handsome ones are me. All the losers are my friend Chris.
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