I like to read books that deal with issues I can relate to, tackling the big as well as the mundane questions facing humanity and particularly the LGBT community today, from parenting, family relationships, love, loss, but also difficult subjects like our environment, trafficking, child abuse, racism, global warming, aging etc.
I like to read books that deal with issues I can relate to, big as well as small. I’ve always preferred books that end on a positive, hopeful note, providing closure of sorts. I write the kind of book I like to read, a book that makes me think, a book that takes sides, leaves me in tears, makes me laugh, and that makes me all warm and fuzzy inside when I’m done; or simply put, I write stories you’ll remember.
Before you dash off to your next destination online, please feel free to have a look around.
Hans M Hirschi
My latest blog post:
Young South Korea is worldly, suave, ironic, and not as gullible as their elders were. I find that hopeful, even if it will make progress on the peninsula slow. Sometimes though, slow is better. It beats a Seoul once again ravaged by artillery batteries from the North.