Get caught up on my serial fiction “Sorted: Episode 1” before Episode 2 posts this Friday. It’s available via the link below or on Amazon or Barnes & Noble. https://flittermousepress.com/products/sorted-episode-1-coming-soon?variant=31588130193526
I like to construct a playlist for the books I write. I listen to it when I need to get into the space to write. You can see Shelley & Rand’s playlist here: “Politics of Love” – The Music https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1t5iYd7jz33wbkZ1Z9Izie?si=oJa05dxxThKrl4KO4GLbXA
I’m working on the second Jamis Bachman novel right now. Here’s an early glimpse at Jamis, shortly after we left off in the first! ~ The dirt covered wood under her feet splintered and Jamis dropped. She hit the dirt below with a thud and a groan. Dust fell from above and she … Continue reading Jamis Returns in “Origins”
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But she did. So now what? Coming soon
Need a good lockdown read? Check out mine: Jamis Bachman, Ghost Hunter. Excerpt: The cameras were the only tools left in her ghost hunting toolbox. She had night vision goggles to help her see in the dark, but they did little else. On television, Jami used everything from meters that read electrical impulses to Ouija … Continue reading Need a Quarantine Read? Mine will Work.
Excerpt: Maybe the modern world’s indulgence of the individual above all else was selfish. But in the absence of self-actualization, what was there? Once basic needs were met, like food, clothing, shelter, it was all that was left. It’s why it was a modern world problem. There were always queer humans. Indigenous people called them … Continue reading Pre-Order “Politics of Love” now!
I posted this meditation originally on August 14th, 2017. I was recovering from shoulder surgery, two dogs had passed away, and I was pondering the decisions that took me from the life I made in NJ, to the one I have now. I didn’t know what to expect then, but now, looking back, I know … Continue reading Die before you die
I’m wrapping up a program at Rutgers this week, and I’m writing about Jung’s shadow. I came across this passage in my reading today, and noted how much it resonated. It’s Carl Jung himself, (though I modified the pronouns): “It is often tragic to see how blatantly a human bungles their own life and the … Continue reading We’re all in process