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“It is better to be hated for what one is, than loved for what one is not.” — Andre Gide

About J.D.

J.D. Moss started writing in journals as a teenager in order to express the emotions and thoughts he felt he could not share with others. This was followed by writing lyrics and poetry, his first attempt in opening up to others. Some of those were published including the award winning “Father’s Love” and “Nowhere “ was recorded by Peter Conover.

After High School he wrote sporadically until deciding to return to college and was inspired to live his passion and write on a regular basis.

J.D. Moss has been published in: The Texas Observer, The Rio Review, The Texas Triangle, I’m From Driftwood, and The Centex-Motion. He has also had monologues preformed in “In To The West”.

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