I was born on a strange planet where controlling seems to be more important than creating, and where you are forced to kill and eat other living things, just to survive. I spent my early life in retarded school, yeah that’s what they called it back in the 40s, and later, when they realized I wasn’t as stupid as I looked, I got to go to reform school. I seemed to have had a bit of an “attitude.”
Thus, my books are pretty hard. Painful maybe. At least to me. They got a lot of new thoughts that I try to pound into your skull, thoughts that bobble in and out of my mind, until I find a way to discharge them to the masses.
And it isn’t easy discharging them. Usually they are in shambles by the time I manage to pass them on. You basically get the debris, somewhat chaotic, but at least you might feel the rage I went through trying to discharge them from my skull.
My first book was a three-thousand-word masterpiece, a Dick and Jane children story called Dick and the Steam Shovel written at age seven and expanded upon trying to get extra credit so I could pass English as a Senior in high school. Didn’t work, never graduated, but it did get me out of high school. My teacher said it was ungradeable or was it “I was incorrigible.” It was so long ago I’m not sure what she really said, but she seemed obsessed with the “moral” of my children story.
The moral problem in the book is, I think, what my teacher called the bad guy (Dick the thief) in the children book, is the good guy, and the one my teacher thought was the good guy (Detective Dick), is the bad guy.
My next book was the Autobiograffiti of Grandville Rodriquez, about a pissed off Mexican scientist who found a way to utterly destroy the world of the Gringo. Sometimes I call it the Outlaw Who Saved the World. A respected agent from a big agency told me “it is too outlandish for the modern day reader.” That’s the reason it hasn’t reached the masses yet.
Then I decided to write the story of the Cosmos, with all its universes and all its stars and all its galaxies and all its quasars and all its subatomic particles etc. A rather comprehensive endeavor called the rather long, and deservedly a proper name for such an immense endeavor, the Saga of the Mighty Valentine Cosmos and the Tower of Time. That book took me five years to write. I started it October 20th 2013. I wanted to include everything in that book, that’s why it took so long. But I didn’t even bother showing that book to an agent. If agents thought my Grandville story was too outrageous for the modern day reader, what would they think of the detail history of our entire Cosmos?
Then Trump got elected President of the United States of America. Somehow, I missed putting him in the history of the Cosmos. I just didn’t expect him to be there, so I wrote a book to fill the omission and hopefully turn America upside down and turn it into a real democracy. There might be a few used copies still around on Amazon, but if you want to, it is still available as an audio book on audible.com and Itunes. It's called the Radio Revolution.