If you are reading this and you have read my book, you may know that the book isn't just about a lost corgi. It's not the typical dog book that makes you cry in the end. It's light and there are dogs and yes there is a corgi and the corgi is lost. But there are also lost people. Sure, maybe everyone in their own way is lost. No one wants to get too serious on blogs, particularly one promoting a cute corgi book that is supposed to be clever and satirical. But I am interested in how we all treat the lost people, how we all fail to find them. And is internet creating habits that could make this ostracization worse? I don't know, but I was interested in exploring it. If you click the picture below, my essay, Ya Ghosting?, will come up. It's on Medium. Thanks.
I like to write about people, animals, dogs. I enjoy ideas, good books about ideas, funny books about ideas, funny people who have ideas, advocates for people who don't have voices to express their ideas, and animals who have ideas we can't understand.