Authentic letters between a WWI soldier and his loved ones inspire a creative fiction that weaves around reality. Explore the world of World War I (The Great War) from the perspective of a Midwestern man that seeks adventure, love, and stability in a chaotic early 1900s world.
Discover the nuances of life just before the 1920s - just in time for the 100th anniversary!
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About the Author
Who am I and Why am I here? I am Aza Enigma, and I'm your friendly neighborhood felon. The mistake I made as a youth- and the consequent label I earned as a result - has never really gone away. Rather than let this change me for the worse, I've done my best to overcome each and every obstacle that I've found in my path. Then I decided to expand my research and share it with everyone that needs some guidance after their own convictions! As of November 2018, I have two eBooks published as well as two workbooks (other sites - see www.thefriendlyfelon.com for more on those). I also have a few more things in the works - so keep your eyes peeled for releases and posts with updates on what I'm doing. I have a ton of ideas and if you have suggestions - I'm always open to them! More About Me I currently write marketing content and communications and am for hire with limited availability. (Find my blog for more info!) In my spare time, I volunteer at my local state park, play board games with my family, and cruise around the countryside. I have one son that I love to spoil - along with his dad and our goldfish. Eventually, I'd like to open a halfway house in the MidWest and write national articles on the justice system's shortcomings and how it can be improved at micro and macro levels to reduce recidivism. If you want to get in on that project - just check out my Patreon here https://www.patreon.com/azaenimga Find me on Twitter and Support the Arts! Thanks for stopping by, be sure to check out the blog and my social media accounts as listed, and feel free to drop a line anytime! If you love the original cover art (the hanging handcuffs) or the new cover (breaking chain), please find Paulann Egelhoff's work at https://paulannegelhoff.myportfolio.com/ - she's a fantastic digital artist and photographer based out of Phoenix, AZ.