Book: The Sin of Certainty by B. Y. Rogerscategories: Book, Fiction, Murder, Rape, Fear, Fire, Redemption, Lust, Sin, Racism Courage Cowardice
B. Y. Rogersabout this book: I was inspired to write The Sin of Certainty after meeting a nasty fellow who was certain he was better than anyone else. You know the type. Wherever you have been, whatever you have seen, whatever you know, he has been there before, spent more or less money than you and hence, knows more. But don't challenge him, he does not listen. Hence, the title. After writing the first draft, I started editing, but I had no idea what I was doing. I only knew I had to write this story. Eventually, the manuscript grew to over 120K words. Then I met Matt Stover, who took me to his writing woodshed, and shredding my script. I needed his advice. One year later and many, many hours of rewriting, I had my final draft.
The book is about racism, courage and cowardice. The book is about what lies the very heart of every human, values that if learned, are difficult to change.
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