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Hello, I'm Qua. I find it odd to talk about myself in the third person. Seems presumptuous somehow. So. My real name is Jeffrey Boyer. I mention that because I'll publish the poetry under Qua, and fiction under my real name. A few things: was born and raised in the first state, loves words, dogs, playing bass guitar, and sneezes at cats. I recently self-published his first book "Transitional Zen & Conditional Juggling", a book of mobile art and poetry. According to stats: #8 in Kindle Store > Kindle Short Reads > Two hours or more (65-100 pages) > Arts & Photography #37 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Literature & Fiction > Poetry Next up is a work of fiction; short stories most likely.

The Creative Shopper A Online Story By Qua

They say that crime doesn’t pay. That’s not always true, of course. If you get away with it, then you got paid. Maybe it only pays for those people with a certain degree of common sense. Although the argument would go that those who become criminals have no common sense, so I suppose the argument is mute. Sometimes it pays in ways unintended by the perpetrator. Sometimes crime pays us. It’s the really stupid people who make the most entertaining criminals. Crime by stupid people pays off for us in laughter, and let’s be honest, a certain sense of superiority. From time to time you hear abou... Click Here To Read More