All That I Am, I Think!: A Journey into Me

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AuthorHouse, Jul 26, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 368 pages
I attempted in my book to relay who I am, through my writing and expressing my innermost feelings in regards to many different aspects of life. Not life as some might try to reveal its secrets, but life as what it is. As merely a man who thinks and loves. A man who hurts and laughs and sings to the world to give of who he is, in the hopes that some may understand what his words mean, what he truly is inside. To be known for whoItruly am.Yes, itis that important. No different from my music. It was necessary to say it and for all to hear. What I see every day, what I feel. To love and to be loved, love iseverything. These things and more I poured of myself into my book to reveal myself fully to you. To allow you to see what I feel in regards to many things and to possibly agree or to at least think about what you've read. To do this, to me is true success. To make even a small difference.

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What a piece of utter nonsense. The author has completely confused convoluted thinking with intellectualism, and he's obviously pretty impressed with it. This book is so bad it's funny. Sorry Mr. Britt, all that you think you are is not what you're coming across as, which is a grandiloquent jackass.  


ONE My Th oughts Some stuff I think about
TWO Love
THREE Dreams
FIVE Passion
SIX Pain
SEVEN Life Here and elsewhere too
EIGHT Anger Pain and Sorrow
TWELVE Rights and wrongs
THIRTEEN Th e Happy Man
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About the author (2007)

As an author, my greatest experience is with writing music. Lyrics in song are no less fluid than any other. They merely tell a story more quickly. Writing for many people, my thoughts, my music and several short stories have given me the drive and desire to write this work, which is truly a piece of who and what I am. My credentials as an author are within the pages of my book. They tell the story of who is writing to you, but not writing at you. In writing I find a release of sorts, one that frees my mind and allows me to reach deeply inside to find the truth with no boundaries. What more could I ask than to find truth in writing? Truth is something I surround myself with. In what I do, those I choose to associate with and in what I see each day in life. These are the things which make my writing an extention of who I really am. This is what makes me a writer. My writing can be examined in my music if you wish, as well. Below is a link to see for yourself and let your ears decide.

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