Art is often the most subjective way to study the mood of the world. Having been highly moved and affected by the marked social injustice that has become glaring in the light of the recent recession, the musings of Brad James have been converted to verse and poetry. Heartfelt, funny, insightful and earnest, Reality Bytes is a stark look into the heart of the modern-day middle class.
- Paperback | 142 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 8.13mm | 272.15g
- 14 Jan 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Brad James
Brad James was born Bradley James Yellop in 1983 in London. Brad comes from a long line of creative individuals, including his great-uncle, Alec Gerard, who wrote for British sitcoms, and his great-aunt, Mary Brown, who has published two autobiographical novels. A prolific reader from a young age, Brad always possessed the ability - even whilst playing with friends and siblings as a child - to create his own Universe of characters and worlds, into which he would later adopt characters. Brad took to writing at the age of ten, after reading The Lord of the Rings and beginning to write his own fan fiction. After an adolescent lull, Brad graduated from University. His love of the written word rekindled, he has been writing ever since. Having been highly moved and affected by the marked social injustice that has become glaring in the light of the recent recession, his musings converted to verse and poetry, as art is often the most subjective way to study the mood of the world. Brad's active imagination has influenced him throughout his life, leading to the genesis of his novel, The Fate of Orital: Volume One: The Return of the Mighty Ones, which is nearing completion. He is also currently developing films.