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Where do I go with this chapter?

by on December 25, 2015

I am kind of winging it with this chapter. I don't have a lot of action planned, and it will be sort of an informational setup for the next few chapters. Very sparse notes on content at the end of the ... more

Tales of the Vuduri

by on November 28, 2015

The 24-chromosome people of the 35th century are called the Vuduri. I have written over 1000 articles about them over on Goodreads. Rather than repeat those articles or worse, double my work-load, ple ... more

There are no new beginnings!

by on December 05, 2015

To be one with self is the goal ! When we know, then we understand that we know little. When we move we are only traveling in the next of a series of circles that some call the natural orde ... more

Hell Bound

by on December 21, 2015

I am hell bound. I must be. Hell presents itself sometimes when I slip into REM. Every so often I have a sense of when gentle sleep is going to descend into a teeth-grinding nightmare. Some internal m ... more

Come Visit Anytime!

by on December 25, 2015

Here is the information on my blog:!blog/c112v RSS: ... more

Narcissist - The Supervillain Bully

by on December 15, 2015

Hey, why don't you have a cup of coffee, or maybe some water and Mio, but spend a few minutes with me to have a serious chat. I don't care who you are, where you are in life, or how you try to liv ... more

Like Free Audiobooks?

by on December 21, 2015

I have a number of Audiobooks out that deal with a variety of non-fiction subjects. I have an UFO investigation audiobook, a audiobook on becoming happy, one on what it is to be a Libertarian, and one ... more

Publishing virginity . . .

by on December 21, 2015

Publishing a novel for the first time is exciting and scary. It generates pride while at the same time it spits out gobs of self-doubt. While friends pull out pictures of their kids, you pull out your ... more

How people with mental illness can benefit from the elderly?

by on December 20, 2015

I have always wondered what makes the elderly or older adult population an important aspect where recovery from mental illness is concerned. I work as a peer advocate at Pride of Judea/JBFCS with the ... more

Resistance to Treatment

by on December 20, 2015

Many people who are resistant to getting treatment for their mental illness ignore that they have a problem and by the time they realize it, it becomes a little too late until they have a nervous brea ... more

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