Tag: psychological

Mild Narcotics

Mild Narcotics

| May 8, 2019

Mild Narcotics is a collection that fascinates and disturbs in equal doses—15 short stories, all previously unpublished, that revel in the absurdity of everyday life. In “Mr. Punk Rock,” a couple decides to deal with their cockatoo’s vocalizing in a very direct, hands-on manner; in “Pomerium,” a man’s commute turns uncomfortable as passengers stare crossly […]

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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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Mirrors of Illusion

Mirrors of Illusion

| January 21, 2019

An enthralling tale of love and family, heart break and betrayal, personal failure and self-discovery. Jonathan’s deep affection for his family and Emilie are only matched by the feelings of loneliness and fear they evoke. As he works hard to provide for himself and his struggling family, he lets go by choice, the one thing […]

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The Whisper of the Coals

The Whisper of the Coals

| December 30, 2018

The Whisper of the Coals can never be trusted. It’s a shapeshifting demon with the power to grant wishes and take lives, setting up residence on the deceptively-named Mountain of Reflection. Ask for the five things you desire most, and they will be granted to you, but only if the Whisper will accept your offerings. […]

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Quintessential Reality

Quintessential Reality

| December 3, 2018

Shelly’s life is perfect by any conventional sense. She has a loving husband, two children, a great house, and her career as a real estate agent is really taking off. Just as her daughter’s sweet sixteen birthday party is in the works, Shelly’s life begins to unravel. She starts to realize that in suburban America, […]

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To Laugh Well: A Novel

To Laugh Well: A Novel

| August 21, 2018

“Sometimes a person needs to be lost.” Alexander Biden counts his heart rate as often as he can and recites rap lyrics if it ever gets too high. Despite what brought him to the makeshift bedroom in the basement of his mother’s apartment, he manages to keep that count low. But when an unexpected visitor […]

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Pink Tears: Best Children’s Book Award (Ages 3-9)

Pink Tears: Best Children’s Book Award (Ages 3-9)

| March 27, 2018

Teach your children to talk about their feelings! Best children’s book award from Parents and Children magazine! One day, when all children were playing with one another, nobody played with Lolly. She stood apart, tears choking her throat. At home, Lolly refused to tell her parents why she was sad. The next day, a strange […]

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Siphoners

Siphoners

| March 9, 2018

They’re called Siphoners Four strangers cursed, blessed, tormented by a deadly secret. A darkness. A horrifying truth now unleashed on the world… But for Donovan, Seth, Avanti and Frederick, this is only the beginning. After years of silence in the shadows, the truth has emerged. Bodies are racking up, people are disappearing, and the authorities, […]

Blurred Red Lines

Blurred Red Lines

| February 12, 2018

Nothing’s deadlier than sleeping with the enemy. Eden In the wrong place at the wrong time, my life is forever altered when I witness a botched cartel hit. Kidnapped and held against my will, I find myself thrust into a longstanding cartel war as some sick consolation prize. I’ll make it out of here, and […]

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Spirit Lake, Luna Lake: A Sci-fi Technothriller

Spirit Lake, Luna Lake: A Sci-fi Technothriller

| December 17, 2017

“Are you frightened, Mr. Jacobs?” It’s 1984 and Steven Jacobs is not himself. He’s not his former self either. Not since falling into the clutches of the secretive Luna Lake Project, a quasi-government organization engaged in illegal human research, with Steven as their subject. But having his identity stripped away and replaced with another isn’t […]

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