Preston Randall isn't trying to rewrite Twilight to suck up some of the left over teen money. He's t pumping out that sequel to The Illiad that everyone is beating down the bookstore doors to get - heck he's t even trying to concoct the great American vel. He's just got his Fruit-Of-The-Looms in a twist and wants to spew out a few dozen pages about it. And what is he on about? Commercials, flyers, adverts of all kinds and just the general detritus we all must wade through every single day to live in a modern global ecomy. That's all. And, well, he's had it. He takes on one dimwitted advertiser after ather - with the most moronic of claims - and feeds them a heaping helping of their own blather. Praising their absolute ineffectiveness and ineptitude - while offering delightful testimonials that only their detractors could enjoy. It makes for a work that is simple, witty, silly and yet oddly cordial and illuminating... certainly a really fun read. No great investment required, just leaf through until Preston starts in on one of the dolts you really wish you'd sent a letter to - and enjoy his take on it. Please read 'em and weep - with tears of lol-ing.
Preston joined the writing group at BookRix.com in December of 2011 and immediately won 1st place in a Journalism-style writing contest, followed up by a 3rd place finish in the hotly contested Write Whatever You Want contest and more recently another win for Flash Fiction (Drabbles). He is quickly becoming one of the favorite writers at the site, and his series of humorous letters at Amazon.com called Letters I Wish I Had Sent has received rave reviews. Although known for his quick wit and sarcastic humor, many of Preston's stories include veiled and not-so-veiled messages regarding serious issues of the day. He is also a published author at the New York based online publisher FictionBrigade.com who specialize in Flash Fiction.