Let Go

The journey from worrier to warrior is a minor shift in tonal resonance barely noticeable in some parts. You just unpucker your mouth (and butt cheeks) a scooch, look to the winds, and exhale. Strength doesn’t come to those who never fear; they don’t need it. The arrogance of stupidity is self-contained. Strength comes to…

Fear Itself

Just to give you a taste of The Stream trilogy, of which 1/2 of the action takes place in dreams, here is a typical sequence from Book 1, Discovery. It’s Chapter 14, entitled, “Fear Itself.” Mary was in a deep but fitful slumber on the night of Charlie’s visit. In her mind, it was 1973,…