Tag: metaphysical

The Guru’s Touch: a novel

The Guru’s Touch: a novel

| May 1, 2019

SEMI-FINALIST FOR THE 2018 KINDLE BOOK AWARD FOR LITERARY FICTION A coming of age novel about blind faith, spiritual betrayal, and abuse of power. In the heyday of the New Age movement, after the deaths of both his parents, troubled college dropout Doug Greenbaum seeks the meaning of life at the feet of charismatic Indian […]

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The Eye

The Eye

| March 31, 2019

The fruth is the truth revealed by stipulating what the meaning of “is” is. The first book in the metaphysical trilogy The Meaning of Fruth is a funny satire on society dominated by social media. There are two realities in this allegory populated by telepathic gastropods and insects: the binary world (reality as we perceive […]

The Breath of the Zephyr

The Breath of the Zephyr

| March 19, 2019

Previously published as “White Phantom City”, “The Breath of the Zephyr” is a re-working of the story with a few changes and twists. It is a historical/supernatural crime thriller set partly in England between 1936 and 1956, and in the Venice of the seventeen hundreds. It centres around a young evacuee, Eleanor White, and her […]

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Ubiety

Ubiety

| February 23, 2019

TO WHOEVER IS READING THIS I HAVE A QUESTION. Why are you here, reading this, today? Have you no free will? Are you just simply not meant to be here? Perhaps it is all random or perhaps not, for maybe, just maybe you were meant to stumble upon this piece as just maybe I was […]

Drawing the Dead

Drawing the Dead

| December 7, 2018

Life and death are not that far apart… What happens when we die? Viki Dobos knows. Her job is to help people talk to their dearly departed. She draws the deceased, and they come to life on the page… briefly. When a rich Russian man hires her and whisks her away to Hawaii, everything changes. […]

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Asteroid Fever

Asteroid Fever

| September 12, 2018

It all started out as a typical day in 2037, some eating heavily medicated food dripping with nanobots, others drinking synthetic insect plasma fortified with Martian microbes. Mining asteroid dust had revitalized civilization providing unlimited clean energy. The BodyServers were taking over the world one brain at a time but wiring up minds and stuffing […]

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The LOOK of Amie Martine

The LOOK of Amie Martine

| June 27, 2018

Flaws, physics, mystics and lots of chilled Reyka converge on an anti-healer’s twisted path of self-discovery. THE LOOK OF AMIE MARTINE is a novel set in Phoenix, L.A., Iceland, 13th century Persia and the fields of Elysium. Thirty-four-year-old Amie (as in the French, mon amie) is a reluctant healer with the ability to trespass and […]

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Never Enough Time

Never Enough Time

| June 18, 2018

What if your entire life passed by in just seven days? 16-year-old Delaney Archer’s mother is always complaining that there’s never enough time to get anything done. Delaney, on the other hand, always waits until the last moment to do everything. Nevertheless, she’s the top student in her class. She’s even about to graduate as […]

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Sons of the Cavern

Sons of the Cavern

| June 17, 2018

Kaito was once a baseball prodigy destined to bring fame and fortune to his family. But that was before a gambling ring forced him to quit his dream. His misfortunes have led him to addiction and petty crime – but his life is not as insignificant as he thinks. Two centuries into the future, a […]

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The Death and Life of Antichrist

The Death and Life of Antichrist

| May 12, 2018

The present story follows a troubled young man, Hero, who understands that death is inevitable. He learns that the one who does not see Death simply does not die. With this knowledge, he finds an interesting way to trick Death by going so deeply into himself that he effectively becomes lost in there, separated from […]

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