I noticed your book “Simon Magus Iscariot” and it sounds kind of interesting; I’d be glad to read it if you’ll return the favor—as simple as that. I’ve got a novel “Semper-Fi-Do-Or-Die,” a book about the Marine Corps, and four books of short stories, which are: “Muhammad’s Revenge,” “Cowboys and Indians,” “Streetlife” and “Bad Medicine.” All these books have stories written towards a central theme: in “Muhammad’s Revenge” it is war, politics and religion; in “Cowboys and Indians” it is the terrible plight that the American Indian has suffered at the hands of a bureaucratic, capitalistic band of thieves and renegades (a.k.a. politicians); in “Streetlife” it is the plight of those Americans that have fallen between the cracks and why our society is unraveling in such a horrific manner and has been since its inception and in “Bad Medicine” it is the absolute insanity known as: “Capitalism rules all,” including health-care in America. There are stories in all of these books—except “Semper-Fi”—that are between five or ten pages long and take less than five or ten minutes to read. Surely you can spare five or ten minutes of your time and I will reciprocate that or longer to read what it takes me to of your book—to shelf it or not. Deal …?