First, and foremost, this is a book for the WRITER in all of us. It's about the 'process' of writing. Prometheus in Flux - 'What's Your Story?' is as much a book about living, as it is about writing, because as writers we attempt to create a life story that will affect all other lives.
I believe that most natural writers start out toward their vocation by deciding to keep a diary or journal, that on a regular occasion, or irregular occasions, is their private audience with their-self to recount events of 'something' that has affected them personally in some way; .. and so, as natural writers, we keep a vault of our ideas and life experiences in diaries, journals, and audio/video digital devices of every form. .. It could be said that these diaries or journals are our invisible best friend.
WARNING, WARNING, WARNING! If this Book appears to be too vulgar and offensive, or too unvarnished and rough, then I ask for your patience, and that you please put your judgements aside, continue to read on and suspend your disbelief, and also, suspend your condemnation and thereby avoid its sin of forgiveness.
My question to all who read this book is the question you must ask yourself daily, "What's your story?"
Maybe it's better said to ask, "What's your story in two sentences?"
AND, if you want to know what 'my' story is, then read "The Fine Art of Being Difficult".
What more can I say?