I am grateful for the generous feedback I received here for Course of Mirrors, which improved my writing. I had to work for it. My advice - if you want feedback, give it.
On my blog (see link below), I post what is on my mind, and occasionally I share short stories in instalments.
The few chapters of CoM posted here do not reflect the edits and changes I made, like moving the beginning to another place. The novel is complete at nearly 120 000 words. CoM made the E-Desk in February 2011. The review was helpful.
Some offers from small publishers are on hold. A traditional publisher expressed interest, and I'm waiting for particulars. I can be contacted at: email@example.com
Presently I am writing a sequel that loops into the future - and is both a Science of the Heart and a Science Fiction.
Here an interview that appeared on the authonomy blog:
The books I like here would make a long list, so I mention only one - on my bookshelf on and off - deeply touching and original ... 'Last Days of the Transitional Objects Institute' by Andrea Levine.
Many thanks to Bradley Wind, for transforming my Atlantic image into mystery :)
1001 Nights - 1001 Nights - 1001 Nights - 1001 Nights
Grimm Brother's, Alice, Huckleberry, Jack Vance, 2 Banks, J.L. Borges, I. Allende, Garcia Marquez, D. Lessing, Ian Mc Ewan, Murakami, S.Faulks, R.Eco, Anthony Stevens, Seamus Heaney, E. Dickinson, C.G. Jung, T.S. Eliot, Ibn Arabi, Rumi ....
Start again - Joseph Campbell, F. Herbert, Harper Lee, C. Ruiz Zafon, BB, The Little Green Men go down the Stream, Ramsay Wood - Kalila and Dimna, Selected Fables of Bidpai, Muriel Spark, R. Chandler, Fowles, Italio Calvino, J. L. Borges, Bruce Chatwin, Sebald, Markus Zusak, Idries Shah, Tahir Shah .... Course of Mirrors ...
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