A letter from the editor.

Dear reader,

In regards to the feeling of inspiration that you are in such dire straits to fill, I am reaching out because I believe I can be of some help. You have a man in your (virtual) stack of open browser tabs that I think would be a great fit.

I am referring to Matthew Healy. He is a fellow of a good deal of ability, and I have been convinced for a long time that he is a quick study, who works from the heart, who if given the chance, has the ability to create (and keep this to yourself) quite  inspiring work.

Without a doubt this man can enhance your spirit. He is dependable, punctual, combs his hair (which is on the longer side and gives off a feeling of  inattentiveness that often follows the artistic) and dresses appropriately.

He is slightly odd, in a charismatic way though, as he once told me that writing is like fashion, wearing a fancy dress he said doesn’t give you style and using an extravagant word doesn’t give you a point.

 He also insists that he is quite the writer!

But anyways, take this advice as you may. As I have said earlier, his heart will always be in his work. He has surprised me for the better in the past, which led me to recommend him to you. He is not a hard person to communicate and brainstorm with and he is a nice young chap very eager about his position within your internet tabs.

Respectfully submitted,

the ominously present editor

P.S. I hope you find what you are looking for. Have a good browse and a great day. Here is an excerpt from Matthew’s journal.

 As I sat in a room listening to the television blare a testimonials about televisions, I realized the only real difference, in this world, is how each individual thing finds a way to stand out in a gigantic mess of a crowd.

There is a story where a frenzied search for a missing letter ensues within the confines of a single room. The room ends up completely dismantled. Furniture is overturned, floorboards are lifted, glass is broken, & couches are destroyed when all the while the letter is sitting in full sight on a mantle completely hidden by its blatancy. That letter, the thing that he wanted & needed most at that very moment, the thing he was willing to destroy his house for, was right in front of his eyes.

       When used properly, “words” can sell a five thousand dollar watch that literally does the exact same thing as a five dollar watch, it tells the time. Words can sell a type of bleach that does nothing different than the bleach three dollars less, it makes things white. Copy can change the perception of a product in such a way that changes the products actual uses in consumer’s mind. Because of an advertisement, a business man buys a Rolex watch to portray class & status, because of an advertisement a mother buys Clorox bleach to whiten her children’s socks.

     Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “If a man can write a better book, preach a better sermon, or make a better mousetrap than his neighbor, though he built his house in the woods, the world will make a beaten path to his door.” Whoever can put together the best words today, tomorrow the beaten path will lead to that door.  To conclude, ‘Because of an advertisement, I am here’.

Best Regards,

Matthew Healy

Be yourself, Do you. History is based on ambition.