The Imaginer of Memos is an example of what I call ficlution: fic, the first three letters of fiction, and lution,the last two syllables of solution to form the word ficlution: A type of writing that presents a fictitious story that is meant to entertain and stimulate; but also, to present a real human problem, combining emotions with facts,and offering a possible solution to that problem.
Here is the story of a man, who struggles to over come many handicaps, as a child and as an adult-as all humans in their own lives must do. Along the way he experiences love and triumph, pain and suffering, loneliness and friendship. Finally, he becomes aware of and he accepts a life long mission of faith: Memos. That mission is to fill in the details of the concept of Memos to form a new social unit through which mankind may ultimately find the meaning of life and the universe.
Leo Farr is happily married and has five children and five grandchildren. He is presently retired from the State of California and living in Sacramento, California. Over the years, as a counselor and supervisor in the Department of Rehabilitation, as a coach for youth sports, and as an author he has shown a deep interest in the development of children and the personality of adults. He has written three other books: Stacey and her Lessons in Learning;Children, Dogs, and other Wild Things; and Ficlution of Coaching, Eating, and Mankind.