WARNING: ADULT CONTENT…MUCH TOO GOOD FOR CHILDREN, AND POSSIBLY DANGEROUS TO ANYONE. THIS MAY CONTAIN WORDS, IDEAS, THOUGHTS, IMAGES, CONCEPTS, AND UNSETTLING CONTENT UNSUITABLE FOR CHILDREN OR THE IMMATURE, REGARDLESS OF AGE.
IF YOU DON’T BELIEVE THAT YOU ARE CAPABLE OF ENTERTAINING IDEAS THAT CAN UNRAVEL YOUR REALITY…THEN YOU ARE JUST NOT USING YOUR MIND TO ITS FULLEST POTENTIAL…ANY PEN CAN WRITE THE POISON THOUGHT…NOT FOR THE SQUEAMISH.
IF YOU ARE EASILY OFFENDED BY OFFHAND REMARKS THAT MAY BE CONSTRUED AS DISRESPECTFUL TO PERSONS IN AUTHORITY, ESTABLISHED MORES, OR MODES OF BEHAVIOR, THIS IS NOT FOR YOU…IN MY PERFECT WORLD, NOTHING IS SACRED OR PROFANE…GOVERN YOURSELF ACCORDINGLY.
“Dancing in Dreamland” is a story within several other stories. The main dramatic action centers around the Air Ambulance Industry, as well as Emergency Medical Rescue. The main secondary theme is a modern interpretation/extrapolation/adaptation of Zen Buddhism and the Tao as exper ienced by a self-proclaimed Post-Neo Dharma Bum, and how his experiences took him One Step Beyond.
In addition, the Author is proud to present his latest novel, called The Talking Monkeys and the Home for Wayward Souls. This is a tale of Corporate Greed, and Excess, attempting to subvert The Pursuit of Happiness specifically, and the Bill of Rights in general. There is Primate Romance, Inter-Species Erotica, Philosophical Sexuality, Metaphysical Action-Adventure, and Religious High-Jinx set within a framework of Enhanced and Fortified Non-Fiction involving Intrigue, Subversion, Euphoria, and General Rebelliousness conducted in the name of preserving and protecting The Indomitability of the Human Spirit.
It is now available on two seperate pages: The Talking Monkeys and The Home for Wayward Souls, So Far, and Part Two
There is also a new additional page for “Once Upon a Blue Agave Moon” which is not yet finished, but has the assembled rough draft in order, with a few revisions.
It is a story about self-reliance, self governance, civil disobedience, gratitude revisited, the tyranny of evil men, the illusions and complacency of hypnotized consumerism, economic redistribution, cyber-terrorism, the future collapse of an apocryphal dystopia, and the indomitability of the human spirit that asks the question: “What would you do the day after you realized that you had traded your entire life for money? (After you had already traded your Instinct for Reason.)
There is also a page for my collected poems called Tales of Love from the Bottom of the Ocean, Within the Asylum or Inside the Armory .
Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei ….