As I Lay, Standing by Sje Mohntoh
In no certain location, in no particular place, a young man stumbles to search for his way in life while trying to find out who he really is. Fate strips him of his true identity from the very beginning. His destiny journeys him on a predestined path which leads to a world of nowhere.
His only identification comes from a single name of Pug. He’s reared by a guardian who refuses to supply him with any human affection needed for proper upbringing. In his quest to break out of a life of desperation, two people come across his path to guide him on an intimate and psychological trip. He loses himself in order to find himself.
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About the Author
My plots and characters are all true to their identity. I try to tell stories in unusual ways. There are bizarre circumstances, some philosophical views, part literary narration, and part straight talk. Depending on character or situation, spirituality in a non-religious way, and a little eroticism are sometimes in the mix. I look at myself as an underground writer…to think outside of the norm…opening my mind and expanding my soul to reach every facet of life. I try to make each book different from the last while still engaging readers and giving them that entertaining escape into someone else’s world. Many of the characters I write about may be controversial. This isn’t unusual. Because all of life is controversial.
My novel, “As I Lay, Standing,” became a finalist in the National Indie Excellence Awards in 2017 competition under the category of Multicultural fiction. I have written 3 previous books under another name. “When I Love You, I Die”, “Ayna Rayne: Girl Unusual”, and “Tender Obsession.” My novel, “Ayna Rayne: Girl Unusual,” a book written under a different name, also became a finalist in the same book competition in 2015 under the General fiction category.
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