Author Zack Love
Business Genre : Books
Independent Author - I write in multiple genres and so far have published 8 books in comedy, psychological and philosophical fiction, and romance.
Zack Love graduated from Harvard College, where he studied mostly literature, psychology, philosophy, and film. After college, he moved to New York City and took a corporate consulting job that had absolutely nothing to do with his studies. The attacks of September 11, 2001 inspired him to write a novelette titled “The Doorman,” and heightened his interest in the Middle East. A decade later, that interest extended to the Syrian Civil War, which provided the backdrop for his latest work. In late 2013, Zack began releasing his unpublished works of fiction and became a full-time author. He has published comedy, psychological and philosophical fiction, and romance. Zack enjoys confining himself to one genre about as much as he likes trying to sum up his existence in one paragraph. My Manifesto: Words and stories have always fascinated me because of their mystical power. They can travel from the author’s mind to the prison cell of a man serving time for a crime he didn’t commit (or has finally come to regret). They might appear in the hospital bed of a woman fighting cancer and craving the smallest pleasure to balance out her day of pain. Even more often, words and stories can entertain a hard-working employee stuck on an otherwise long and dreary commute. Books can reassure lonely or bullied souls that they are not nearly as alone as they think, and they can give inspiration or courage to people facing great challenges of almost every kind. There is a magic to storytelling and language because these are so essential to that which makes us human — from laughing to crying to sharing. And literature combines the beauty of storytelling and language with imagination, which then frees us from our natural limitations and transports us to new horizons. Fiction is the playground where language and imagination reunite to run about freely. From the comically absurd to the dramatically poignant, the great record of our collective experience and individual journeys is stored in the bank of humanity known as literature. And I am here to make my tiny deposit.
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