Men's Diaries: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly is a riveting series of short stories that focuses on the lives of three men, who (though very different) each struggle with love, lust, love, mogamy, and temptation. See how an honest and good husband struggles to remain that way, how a bachelor just never seems to be satisfied with a good and faithful woman, and enter into the mind of a young man who makes unbelievable choices despite his approaching nuptials. Hold on tight for a roller coaster ride of emotions, with Men's Diaries. My name is K.O.D. I'm about to give you a brief insight into the lives of three men who are my brothers. We do t have the same parents so we are t biological brothers, but we are closer than most siblings. These guys trusted me with the stories that I'm about to share. These secrets have been hidden in their diaries which are buried in places where you will never kw the location of. However, I still have the archives of these stories in my mind. Many secrets are still being shared with me even w. Oh, I will tell some of the stories that have been shared with me, but don't even think for one moment, that I will reveal the true identities of my brothers. Who am I? Well, I'm the Keeper Of The Diaries... K.O.D. -- An excerpt from Men's Diaries: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.
Saul E. McCloyen was born and raised in Lake Village, Arkansas... the deep rural South. Saul is the oldest of four sons, and fell in love with writing through his enrollment in honors courses throughout his days in high school. Saul was very athletic and lettered in both Football and Track from 1978-1983. He was offered two football scholarships, but turned them both down due to a neck injury he suffered while playing. Saul Attended his freshman year of college at the University of Central Arkansas, Conway, Arkansas. After his first year, Saul enlisted in the United States Air Force where he completed his college education. During his 20+ years of service in the Air Force, Saul lived in a myriad of places; serving both abroad and here in the US. Saul retired from the Air Force with an Honorable Discharge in 2004, and currently serves as the Veterans Employment Program Supervisor for the Department of Commerce Division of Workforce Solutions Veteran's Department, in Durham, NC.