Readers and members of Philosocom,
I have served you with much free content with delight and pride. If you would like, you can help me—and this site—by purchasing a small PDF book of poetry and prose called The Keyless Lock. It's a book whose overall theme is the "point of no return" trope (hence the name), and for a mere $10, you can immensely help me in my endeavor to improve and better expose this site to the world. Enjoy some poetry and a few short stories from the 2010s.
The e-book has a total of 99 pages, filled with much content, from a couple of short stories to plenty of poems to enjoy from, on many themes—from romance, to solitude, to masculinity. Much of it is a personal narrative of me going through life and contemplating my choices—the choice to abstain from romance, the choice to live a mostly-solitary life, and so on; a struggle for independence, serenity, and solitude in a world where it is hard to find such values. Compared to other poetry books, the number of pages is quite big, and the price for such a book is very low in relation to its size.
Buy "The Keyless Lock" today for 10 dollars only, in this link. Other themes of the book include -- asceticism, escapism, and a desire for a place to call one's own (something which I eventually achieved).
A quote from the page where the PDF book is on sale, from the site Payhip:
"The Keyless Lock is Rubinshtein's first chapbook that contains a wide selection of his short stories and poems, not necessarily philosophical. The main theme of this book is the trope of "the point of no return", hence the chapbook's name. For your convenience and due to the book's shorter-than-average length, its price has been cut in half -- only 10$ and not 20$. If you enjoy either reading or writing poems and short stories, and/or are interested in supporting Mr. Rubinshtein, consider buying this chapbook. This book's language is English."
Thank you for your consideration and for helping a philosopher out. If you decide to buy my e-book, I hope you enjoy it!