A sequel to "Dreaming True," the book "True Insomnia" is an intentionally poor bedtime read. Filled with art and conversation, the book character is an artist looking through his art and unable to sleep. He gives no attention to his art as an influence and looks through it like he is distracted and distracted he is. The book reveals the artist as an oblivious madman that will not end a conversation for sleep sake and complains but causes his own discomfort and lack of sleep. Will he learn? He learns more that he expects about his own nature.