DIARY OF AN OXYGEN THIEF
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Hurt people hurt people. Say Holden Caulfield was an alcoholic and Lolita was a photographer's assistant and somehow they met in Bright Lights Big City. He's blinded by love. She by ambition. DIARY OF AN OXYGEN THIEF is honest hilarious and heartrending but above all a very real account of what we do to each other and what we allow to have done to us.
EUNUCHS AND NYMPHOMANIACS is coming soon.
In the third installment of The Oxygen Thief Diaries our unreliable narrator becomes an unreliable publisher. EUNUCHS AND NYMPHOMANIACS doesn't officially launch until October 2016 but you can preorder it on iBook, Nook and Kobo here.
While living in Amsterdam in 2009 an award-winning creative director from one of London's most celebrated advertising agencies Saatchi and Saatchi, self-published Diary Of An Oxygen Thief anonymously.
Featuring some of the most harrowing and honest passages ever written about relationships and to some extent confirming women’s worst fears about men it immediately inspired strong reactions. The opening paragraph, containing the now famous first line ‘I liked hurting girls..” was tweeted and retweeted, posted and reposted, until the buzz around the book reached a new crescendo in August last year when it spent weeks in the top 100 on Amazon and climbed to 6th place on iBook’s Bestseller Charts. Frequently sold out at Barnes & Noble used copies routinely go for upwards of $100 online.
Order physical copies here and check out the sequel Chameleon On A Kaleidoscope where the story continues in the world of online dating. You can also preorder the third installment, Eunuchs and Nymphomaniacs which officially launches as an ebook in October.
The story continues as the writer retools his advertising skills to seduce women online. It's a relentless pursuit often requiring even more creativity than his award-winning ad campaigns, but mercifully there are plenty of breaks. For commercials. Dazzling daunting and darkly hilarious CHAMELEON ON A KALEIDOSCOPE is a spectacular indictment of modern media and our increasing reliance on it.