Ramblings of a Madman

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AuthorHouse, Oct 24, 2005 - Fiction - 180 pages
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Inspired by his favorite childhood television programs, The Twilight Zone, Outer Limits, and Night Gallery, Frank Bua presents his first published work of short stories.  These tales of suspense, mystery, And The supernatural are to be enjoyed by everyone but will be especially appealing To The young adult, reader.
Each thought provoking story is told as a morality tale, dealing with the universal issues of greed, fear, and selfishness.  in Too Late to Stop, a driven businessman learns the hard way that time is a precious commodity.  A modern day tale with supernatural elements, The Geftons focuses on the classic battle of good versus evil.
This collection of stories is told with imagination, a unique point of view, and a keen understanding of the suggestive nature of the human mind.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Frank Bua’s interest in creative writing began as a young boy growing up on Long Island, NY.  Favorite television programs, The Twilight Zone, Outer Limits, and Night Gallery inspired Frank to create his own stories of mystery, suspense, and the supernatural.

A Cum Laude graduate of Nassau Community College in NY, Frank cultivated a successful career in Telecommunications.  During this time, however, his passion for story telling never left him, and this creative outlet has produced a catalog, which includes dozens of short stories, poems, and children’s stories.

Along with writing, Frank’s other passions include cooking, music, and gardening.  He presently resides in Ridgefield, CT with his wife and son working as a local real estate agent.

 

ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER

Giuseppe Insana – born in Italy in 1974 and presently living in Hainan, China – follows the parallel paths of art and science, which have lead him across biology and music, computer science and photography, linguistics and graphic design, poetry and philosophy. He holds a M.Sc. in biotechnologies and a Ph.D. in bioinformatics. He founded a cooperative internet project aimed at interlinguistic communication and the creation of multilingual dictionary. His photos appeared on two student exhibitions in Cambridge, UK, and in one personal exhibition in Italy, together with his poems and calligraphies.

 

“His objective rests lightly over people and things. He never twists the object of his studies, nor does he excessively exalt it; on the other hand he observes it delicately, seizing the most intimate essence and then covering it again with a new dress – always elegant, always original – created by the wise gaze of the artist”.

 

More of his photographs can be found at his personal website:

http://insana.mediaglyphs.org

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