Our Story:

The one you all know as The Forsaken Scribe began life on the dark side of the best part of the world. You may think the Suburbs of Covina are completely innocuous, but you'd be wrong. Even the well-off have problems. Through those trials put before me to test my mettle, I am shrouded in darkness and mystery. No one quite knows what I'll do next. In 2009 I got bored and started writing poetry between college classes on allpoetry.com. 

I then proceeded to try and write an autobiography to detail every piece of my life I could remember. It wasn't long before I realized I had way too many stories that did nothing to make a point about my life other than filling it with meaningless events. Lost and faced with the impossible task of trying to get every last detail chronologically accurate, I instead opted for a Fictional Biography. The Book you know as Adam The Forsaken - Tales Of Extraordinary Beings Book 1 was my solution. 

While I endured a total of 4 years at the kind of school detailed in chapter 8 of the book, I understand most would be feeling sorry for him halfway through the book as it was and I didn't see the need to torture him further. The book was originally supposed to end with Chapter Ten, but upon the suggestion of a friend as well as my mind I figured after all his turmoil it wouldn't hurt to give him a happier end. Much to my dismay some people never read far enough to see that happy ending and my condolences to anyone triggered by the content I produced. 

 Back to the story at hand, I eventually gained stronger English writing skills and wrote Neko The Inventive Wanderer Tales Of Extraordinary Beings Book 2 and Published my poems as a Poetry book.  Now how does this have anything to do with The name "Forsaken Scribe?" Simple, When I had my first Vending attempt at a convention known as Califur 2016, they had a Renaissance theme, and that was when I started making poetry by hand using a quill pen. Realizing Writers were called Scribes and wanting to fit in, I thought about how little people appreciate purely written content these days unless it is free. It is as though people had "Forsaken" it. Hense "The Forsaken Scribe" was born, and it shall remain so.  

Now I continue to Reimagine the Abandoned Writings of old and am always finding new ways to market my talents. I hope you can feel good supporting an Author who if he had enough money would be a Patron of the arts at every convention he visited. Thank You For Reading this, and if there is anything I can do to make your shopping experience more enjoyable, please let me know! I take pride in top notch customer service and communication even though I work alone

~ Adam Thomas Applebaum - The Forsaken Scribe

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