Theodore Wilson of Atlanta, GA started writing at the tender age of seven. At this young age, the boy of many words won two awards for amateur writings, followed by one work that was even published in a city wide school sponsored publication. By the time he reached his adolescent years, Theodore began to construct musical compositions of song and lyric alike, which inspired the young writer to then pursue poetic compositions.
The articulate pencil pusher wrote song, lyric and poetry from his adolescence all the way up to his adulthood, and then decided to step up his game a notch during his matriculation in college. Theodoreís vast imagination and experience with the delicate art of writing then inspired him to take on the timely task of writing the good old American novel.
He initially took a stab at writing his first works while he was a student in college, but many of these works were abandoned or aborted for their content and their inability to stand out amongst the crowd, so to say. The young writer struggled to develop a writing style that would allow his works to be expressive, purposeful and educational.
It wasnít until the young talent graduated from college to a struggling economy, and began to work for a greedy company which required the writer to work for long hourís everyday all for remedial compensation, and then he finally became determined. This experience motivated Theodore to build a story that was similar to his own. A story he could relate to personally, which would make it highly accepted to the every day working man who felt that pressure to push for more but sometimes pushed too far.
In the near future, Theodore B. Wilson plans to write many more stories and has started his second work as a follow up to his first publication which will be completed by the end of 2007. Keep your eyes open for the rising flames of smoke that ascend from the ashes and you just might see The Phoenix take flight.