Jess MacCallum writes to avoid watching television. It also makes him feel like someone is listening, sort of. He has a long history with words having used them since he was almost 2 years old. Also he owns a relatively new MacBook Pro which allows him to pretend to write while he watches Netflix anywhere in the house.
After wasting his college experience obtaining an art degree, Jess moved into the world of commercial printing, growing a wonderful company that he is now enslaved by. Thus as an outlet for his creative side, he writes everything down, and publishes what sells. These collected works will, God willing, explain his midlife behavior to his children once he is gone.
If there is anything Jess wants more than to sell books he hasn’t discovered it yet. But up in the top contenders would be pleasing God, creating an adventure for his family and seeing people find true life.
His second book on marriage hit stores in Oct. 2010, thanks to the completely hoodwinked folks at Standard Publishing. “May God have mercy on my soul.”