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James T Taylor

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James Taylor is a pen name of an author based in Houston Texas. He is a fiction and non fiction writer commonly known for his famous short stories. Although always stricken by hard ache, his work is known best for his resemblance to the famous author J.D Salinger's book "The Catcher in the Rye". He mostly writes about his struggles through life and disappointments when it comes to relationships. A notable short piece story "Self Destruction" is focused around his life and a simple quote of the text states "I don’t think this one deserves a title, but sometimes I think I get into this self-destructive mode where I tend to push people away. I do not know if its who I am or just the people I’m around, but High School was different. I really need to find new friends. Find people like me, maybe find something I have in common with them. Maybe play some video games, hey i am into League of Legends. I am talking to a girl who's name remains anonymous right now, and what do you know, we have planned a date in the near future. I do not know if it’s the fact that all I do is talk about myself, but when trying to make a relationship, I should really find out what’s on her mind. Kind of funny, but I almost went on a tangent, it seems there are destruction's everywhere and what I need to do is focus on her. Makes me nervous saying that, but do I come on stronger, I know I want her, but maybe my motives are a bit different, love or lust?".

I think what troubles me most is the fact that he keeps entertaining the idea that the short stories he writes about go unheard, and as a unknown author, he struggles with the confidence to admit that he acts eccentric. Following his journals, I have come to realize that most of what inspires him comes from a book that follows a kids perspective and trying to lose his virginity along the way. From call girls to ex friends, the reason why Holden (Catcher in the Rye) is so troubling is the fact that he adores children because of their innocence. " I’m standing on the edge of some crazy cliff. What I have to do, I have to catch everybody if they start to go over the cliff—I mean if they’re running and they don’t look where they’re going I have to come out from somewhere and catch them. That’s all I’d do all day. I’d just be the catcher in the rye and all." (Catcher in The Rye)

I think what bothers the author the most is his ability to mess any friendship up. I mean, his the Picasso of our age, hard on drugs with a self obsesive mind that blames everything and anything on its self. His always looking for a way out, more so than the average Joe. “We examined the effects of effort-focused versus ability-focused praise between friends on individual mindset and motivation, and investigated the effects on the person receiving praise as well as on the praiser …...The results show that both receiving and offering effort-focused praise positively and significantly affected a growth mindset and also had an indirect positive effect on persistence following failure; however, ability-focused praise affected neither mindset nor persistence.” (The friendship book)


J.D Salinger[1][circular reference] League of Legends[2][circular reference] Olsen, E. "MOSS, Wendy L.: The Friendship Book." School Library Journal, vol. 67, no. 2, 2021, p. 87. Gale Academic OneFile, Retrieved February 25, 2021

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