This interview and a spicy excerpt from an early chapter appear at Fang-Tastic Books; a well-known book review site. Can you tell readers a little bit about yourself and what inspired you to write in this particular genre? I believe it started with my struggle with the forces of darkness and light within myself.Continue reading “A Fang-Tastic Author Interview”
At the core of the novel is a young man’s struggle with darkness and light. The vampire archetype, it turns out, is a metaphor for the (my) heart’s dream to realize its Divine Nature. This is what gives the story “socially redeeming value,” I realized in perfect twenty-twenty hindsight.
I heard his footsteps enter the kitchen. I sat at the breakfast table, afraid to glimpse the advancing Bengal tiger, my father. I didn’t have the stomach to gaze into his piercing green eyes. My mind saw those eyes jumping from the bushy, long hair straggling down the back of my neck, to the rumpled,Continue reading “Light In The Tunnel Of Youth”
The earth is one big ecosystem. Think of it as a human body. Every cell, every organ, every system of organs is interdependent. Think of the water in the earth’s rivers as blood in the body’s circulatory system. What happens to the body when infection invades the blood stream? What happens when the body cannotContinue reading “The Destruction of Our Rivers: Business as Usual”