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From heaven to hell, so the story goes

“…Reuben Remus mowed deeper into Ustronie. Abandoned buildings began to show through the foliage. Broken wood splinetered out, fallen brick walls piled under the grass, houses hung from the tops of gigantic pine trees, and the Gryfino Forest continued to … Continue reading

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The in-between spaces

“… They departed for Paris without first saying farewell to the colossal, spiraling pine trees that guarded their path. Juno searched for the creases — they were everywhere, after all — and once she had found one she simply peeled away … Continue reading

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“… Baptism was taking place… Thirteen hooded men with bronze masks of violent expression stood around a pool of blue flames listening to the credence that was hot, roaring fire. Upon that warm reflection that beamed from the masquerade of bronze … Continue reading

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… and behold them frequently

I just found this little prayer in one of my Grandfather’s old World War Two books. It would seem Sergeant Richter of the Waffen-SS has found these words before me… “… The moon was nowhere to be seen. But then again neither … Continue reading

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Telling Stories

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Cardinal vs. Hauptmann

There are multiple plot lines and conflicts revolving simultaneously around the central plot and setting of World War 2 in my novel Aristeia. Some are introduced in the beginning pages and others take time to develop. The facilitation of multiple … Continue reading

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“Kaspar Gottlieb” concluded.

“…The Trafalmadorians see in fourth dimension – the ability to view past, present, and future simultaneously – thus viewing space and time as a cohesive whole with an obvious understanding of the beginning of the universe, and the end of it. … Continue reading

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“Kaspar Gottlieb” continued…

“…The Britain, France, and Africa issue was an easier problem to accommodate… The new Magna Carta was signed by the glorious Adolf Hitler, which gave undeniable rights to all Aryans. The Africans were not too concerned with this economic and … Continue reading

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The Path to Nirvana

“…The aim of this war is to bring the profound knowledge of Buddha to the world; to liberate all sentient beings from their secular religions. Faith: we are her army,” concluded Lieutenant Shinji Okazaki. “Killing in the name of altruism? … Continue reading

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The New Testament

This is the introduction to my novel Aristeia. I am proud to say that I have been working on this novel for over three years. It has turned into a bigger conquest than I initially anticipated, but it has been quite a thrill seeing it … Continue reading

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