I will share a personal truth with you: darkness is not so intimidating once you’ve resided within its confines. I’m not talking evil, but a blackness that can dwell in your soul, lurking in suspicion and toying with your heart. It’s a state of mind, a place where you view the world within its context. It leaves a mark on you that is as permanent as any scar and as deep as any wound. It crawls beneath your skin, indulges in pain, and scrambles reasonable judgment into chaos. I am not shy of it. I adopt it as any other part of the human experience, and I am not ashamed to call on it for inspiration. It is, after all, a component of my character. I would not be complete without it and so it is sewn into my life with a fragile Zen-like thread.
Polarity and Indecision is a nominee in the 2015 Global Ebook Awards.