I believe that inside every person is an artist: a painter or writer, actor, sculptor, director or inventor; something creative trying to make its way to the surface of being. Everyone has something magical inside them, waiting to burst forth and be amazing.
My books reflect that.
I think the sense of dread most people have, that says they have to get a job, pay some bills, conform to fashion and style and someone else’s ideal of the Human Dream keeps almost everyone from being their true selves.
I think that dread leads to job dissatisfaction, poor work ethic, crime, obesity, smoking, drinking. It leads away from thinking we can be accomplish whatever the hell we set our minds to.