Anthony V. Toscano is a reader and a capable wordsmith who sometimes dabbles with writing. He lives in Morro Bay, CA. He enjoys literary short stories, poems and creative non-fiction. He is not much interested in commercial, genre fiction, unless the work has depth. Although he is well-versed in the field of computer technology, he believes that the eBook revolution -- in its current stage -- has resulted in a deluge of inferior work. If Vladimir Nabokov were alive today, he'd likely be forced to add a "paranormal" aspect to Lolita -- and a cheap, lurid digitized cover photograph -- before feeding the novel into Jeff Bezo's maw and Mark Coker's bloody meat machine; and even then no one would read the book.