The Diary of an Idiot by David Wills

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"Marco is a bitter and frustrated loner, convinced of his untapped potential. He begins to document what he hopes will be looked on in later years as the memoirs of a self conquering, meteoric rise to unspecified fame and renown. However, through an act of immediate redemption, he comes to be involved with the distressing life of an elderly man from his estate. These unfortunate circumstances are contrasted by the beginning of a relationship, which had brought a new lease of happiness into his usual dreary existence. As events unfold, Marco tries to keep both situations from disaster.


About David Wills

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David Wills is the editor and author of It Books's Marilyn Monroe: Metamorphosis, as well as Bernard of Hollywood's Ultimate Pin-Up Book (Taschen), Veruscha (Assouline), and Ara Gallant (Damiani). His exhibitions have received major profiles in the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, American Photo, and Vogue. He live in Los Angeles.
Published February 9, 2012 by Xlibris. 114 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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A young man begins keeping a diary to improve his humdrum existence--just days before love, violence and loss consume his life.

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