Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Horror
November 2018 ISBN 9781588840172
162 pages The author will make this book available for sale at the Author Pavilion during the Festival.
In the future we will have intentional communities, villages and cities based on humanistic ideals. They exist today, places where people choose different values to live by. Eighth Day Village of the Sun is one such community projected into the future. Set beside the sea, the village has embraced spiritual and humanistic values. They are led by Baba Randall, a holy man who hears of the collapse of nations beyond the walls. Civilization is breaking down. Riots, shortages, war, and coups abound. A contingent of leaders is headed his way asking for help. Not all want help, some are ready to steal technology to maintain their control over the world's population. Will spirituality win out over the banal?More/less
Memoir / Essays / Creative Nonfiction
August 2017 ISBN 9781588840158 The author will make this book available for sale at the Author Pavilion during the Festival.
Becky heard the news but it didn't process. The doctor told her she had four months to live. She had beaten cancer twice, suffered through radiation and chemotherapy. Now it was back again, growing silently and painfully in her lower abdomen. Another round of chemo could extend her life, maybe as much as ten extra months. Is it worth it? Read her incredible story, a testament to the quality of life, the story of a hospice nurse who in the end became a patient herself. GOLD WINNER: 1997 Human Relations Indie Book Awards, Life Journey CategoryMore/less
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