Before publishing The Familiar State, Richard Soulliere wrote a number of romantic pieces in his first two years at university as well as a few shortly thereafter. He decided to publish them to promote romanticism and creativity in love for both sexes. While this book emphasizes that the true heart of a young man's idealism does not die and, in fact, does just the opposite; the writs within are non-autobiographical.
Previously, Richard Soulliere wrote a new philosophy in his first book. From his travels and education, he can speak a few languages because of the joy he found in humanity and how it inspired him to speak with many peoples. In the future, he intends to publish on areas of culture and the world.