About the Author

Christopher Cleary
Blurbarian Since October 2008
Name Christopher Cleary
My Web Site www.ChristopherCleary.com
Location Broomfield, Colorado, United States
Gender Male
My Occupation Photographer, Web Design, Media Creation
My Bio Photography is my first medium of choice. Starting as a photo journalist and wedding photographer in Philadelphia. Then moving on to New York, then Los Angeles. With the advent of more sophisticated software and technology - I also began incorporating digital mediums to create photo art, graphics design, media creation, music, and books. I currently live in Colorado with my wife and twin daughters.

Things I Don't Mind The World Knowing

Spoiler alert: I'm thinking my next book will be about...
"My Girls - One Man's Journey Into Fatherhood". A selection of pictures & journal entries about becoming a parent, learning they will be Twins, and my choices & growth in being a participating parent of Twins. From co-raising, creating a healthy home, learning to become a great cook, breaking down the classical male role, to how to support my wife in being able to breast feed the Twins for over two years. The importance of joining the Twins in their world; not making them join me in mine.
Everyone needs to know about these authors and artists...
The artist Tom Cross is a graduate of the University of Illinois. At the beginning of his career he was a faculty member of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He left academia to pursue a Life of art. His art is an expression of various spiritual visions and insights. If one takes the time to stare at his works, it gradually appeals on a cellular level that defies articulation. www.TomCrossGallery.com
This book is addictive. Read it. (At your own risk.)
For anyone who has a penchant for dark humor, there is a wonderfully twisted book called "Lullaby". A horror-satire novel by American author Chuck Palahniuk, published in 2002. It won the 2003 Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association Award, and was nominated for the Bram Stoker Award for Best Novel in 2002. It is the kind of book where I would find myself laughing out loud. This kind of humor is an acquired taste, not recommended for those who take themselves too seriously, they just won't get.