“Borough of Lost Boys” writer and NYC, USA nightlife figure Frankie Leone bares his soul.
Frankie Leone, Craigslist’s “Missed Connections” literary poster, “Borough of Lost Boys” writer /editor, and notorious downtown club promoter releases a ten part series of creative non-fiction collections illustrating a genuine character of New York City. All are available in paperback and Kindle ebook on Amazon.com. Staying true-to-form traditional publishing has been avoided and all titles are self-produced and self-published.
Readers of his books have expressed great enthusiasm for the project and have produced a viral social media response and an unusually high number of purchases and downloads for a venture of its nature.
“Frankie Leone’s words, like Rit dye, drip down in rainbows of darkness to tie dye your soul. Like Dali’s paintings, their surrealistic twists and turns add depth to your dream of reality. Each charcoal shaded stroke takes you deeper into his soul, your soul and the pain and passion you thought you erased when you showered. Read it in ‘Borough Of Lost Boys.'” –Janr Ssor, Literary Blogger.
Tries to write a version of his truth. Also a nightlife worker. Born at Beth Israel Hospital on 1st Ave between 16th and 17th St on December 15, 1984. Studied creative writing at Brooklyn College. Lives in Brooklyn, New York. Bears a few scars, tattoos, and regrets. Read more by viewing attached media, or at http://boroughoflostboys.com/.
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