Or So It Seems offers a breathtaking but humorous look at one man’s spiritual journey. In Paul Peterson we are given a comically tragic hero beset by divorce, single parenthood, and the difficulties of living a simple life in a complex universe. It’s Peterson’s search for answers to the mysteries of his life that powers and accelerates this fantastic adventure.
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About the Author
Advertising guru, humorist, novelist, philanthropist, environmental advocate and a man of many and varied opinions. All ways of describing a man named Paul Steven Stone who, in turn, describes himself as a "Damned Good Writer."
Paul Steven Stone’s writings have appeared in Cricket Magazine, Point South, Istanbul Literary Review, Wisdom Magazine, Bagel Bards Anthologies # 4 & 5, Fictionaut and The Wilderness House Literary Review. Stone’s TV commercials for W.B. Mason appear in every Red Sox, Yankees, Nationals and Phillies baseball game. His novel, "Or So It Seems", has been called “A rollicking spiritual page-turner!” His second book, “How to Train A Rock”, features the best humor and essays from 25 years of newspaper columns.
Additionally, Paul Steven Stone has worked as a creative director in advertising, an environmental and human rights activist and a dime store philosopher. He presently works as Director of Advertising for W.B. Mason whose brand—‘Who But W.B. Mason!’’—Stone first created in 1986. Stone lives in Cambridge with his beautiful companion and wife, Amy, and summers on a pond in Plymouth.