Eugene Uttley is a lifelong reader and writer (diapers and an Underwood). In addition to working on literary fiction, he is currently doing free and paid book reviews, mainly of memoir and narrative & experimental non-fiction. He has a BA in English and half-an-MA in Literature. He’s a sometime composition TA and ESL instructor and now a student again, of accounting. The author of two books on coping with schizophrenia (as he does), he’s a fan (but not follower) of Carl Jung. Some authors who are dear, dear to him are Haruki Murakami, Charles Portis, Kingsley & Martin Amis, J.P. Donleavy, D.F. Wallace, Thomas Pynchon, Augusten Burroughs, Jack Kerouac, and Alan Watts.To contact him (with a review request or for any reason at all, really) please use mruttleysz at gmail dot com. For more on his work in re schizophrenia, including an excerpt, see his Authors Den page. This month (January), he's participating in the Ultimate Blog Challenge -- to create 31 blog posts in 31 days. By month's end, he''ll be digging deep to come up with topics. Maybe you could stop in and give him a little encouragement -- or a writing prompt! The blog address is http://tabularasa2.webnode.com. He's also organizing a book blog tour and giveaway to promote his book The Boon: Thoughts of a Schizophrenic in Remission. Keep an eye out and you could win a book of choice from The Book Depository or a download from SmashWords!