Hi. I'm Jason, a semi-professional author and dedicated artist with an exceedingly broad range of interests. Literarily, I don't specialize and write in various genres. Artistically, I specialize in portraiture and fantasy art and work primarily in pencil, but I am getting into the digital medium. In the not too distant past I've contributed artwork to an indie film production, enjoyed a few exhibitions of my work and donated to various charity events. I also contribute short stories to an ongoing series of charitable anthologies.
I am here to "hopefully" meet that one someone special, a partner in every sense of the word. We meet, we talk, we bond and that's either in friendship, romance or not at all. Either of the first two is fine with me, and I'll hold no grudges in regards to the third. While romance is ultimately what I desire, love cannot be sought, only found.
I equate dating to picking up a book. Usually, the burden of a first impression is on our covers. On the internet, we have the benefit of a synopsis. If we're lucky, a friend will recommend us. This leads to the introduction, if it holds their interest it's on to chapter 1. The story begins here and now, later on we digress, in comes the back story and if they're still hooked, the bookmark, which means they'll be back. Hopefully they'll see enough value in us to continue reading and thus make an emotional investment in the story. If we're a good read, they'll never want to put us down. If bad, they'll probably leave us behind on a bus, but if it's meant to be, well, they'll never want it to end. I know the kind of book I am, worth picking up and a very good read. What kind of book are you?