Hello Good People
It’s been all go today. I actually got my “special” Edition (25 in total) of ‘INSANITAS.
What makes them special is the one-word title. It’s blood-red in colour and, if you move the book in daylight, or under a light, the letters seem to move. Actually, the light is passing over the letters. Real cool.
Even the title on the non-special copies will look good, but not quite like that.
As to content, I can’t comment, as I wrote it, so am too close to it. The presentation of the book is, as usual, excellent.
Don’t forget, if you want to write your own review (IF you buy and read ‘INSANITUS’), just do the following:
Go on to INTERNET EXPLORER and type in …..
Then hit ENTER. Up comes the site. Go on to the word ‘REVIEW’, click on that and the page comes up. Just type in your review and then hit ENTER or SEND. That’s it.
The first three stories are full-blown novellas, and each has a factual base to their respective stories:
‘BLOOD’: “Mister Nobody’s” mental condition is REAL. In that, the real, genuine horror.
‘BROTHER MIND’: Such is the way of a genuine psychopath and, in itself, a perfect example of what Carl Gustav Jung cited as our ‘Shadow’ self; our ‘darker nature’.
‘MINDHORIZON’. ‘MIND’SFLIGHT’ is a genuine therapy model to help those suffering real Stress. I put it together some years ago. In the extreme, it can be dangerous. So, with my horror genre writer hat on, I wrote ‘MINDHORIZON’.
‘NORMAN’ and ‘PANDORA’ are interlinking, smaller novellas that, together, make one overall story. It’s a sort of James Bond and Jason Bourne taking on Frankenstein’s ‘Creature’ sort of scenario.
Don’t laugh, the manuscript of ‘INSANITUS2’ is already on its way into Submissions. If AUSTIN MACAULEY is up for it, it will go to Editorial, and from there into Production, and then, eventually, to the Printers. If I’m lucky, it will be published around Feb/March of 2020.
After that, I guess it will be that for me. If I make it that far, I’ll be heading towards my 77th birthday. Hey-ho.
That’s it. Maybe, hopefully, I’ll be able to read whatever you might care to write in the ‘REVIEWS’ page. Mind you, you’d have to read the book first. Sorry about that!