Many of the works in the book reflect my belief that true revolutions occur in the smallest of moments first. The importance of these moments inspire me, so a lot of my writing tends to focus on just a few of them.
Other works in the book share my fascination with the beauty of words, and how words can be used to evoke these small revolutions (the title, "In/Within" is meant to reflect the subtle differences between going deep and going deeper), as well as how the sounds of words themselves, and the interpretive movement of the mouth as it says them, often play an important role in articulating their meaning (for an easy example, think of "fat" or "long").
Most of the works are very short because I wanted to get down to the essence of my thoughts. The thought "What do I really want to say?" is my life's challenge.
There are 17 individual works, and the book measures 3 1/2 inches wide and 4 7/8 inches long. Short and sweet. I designed and printed the cover, printed each page with my small ink-jet printer (a.k.a. The Little Printer That Could) and then hand-bound each book with a simple pamphlet stitch.
I learned so much while creating this book, and am so proud to finally share it.