For those of you who follow my updates regularly, you know that I not only write books on creativity and writing for intuitive people, but I also write fiction that’s a bit on the darker side. A few years ago I released my first novel, Between the Shadow and Lo, and then followed it up with the sequel, West Is San Francisco. Now, I’ve finally released the third and last book in the series, Enormous Forces.
These three books form the West Coast Trilogy, a fiction series that’s a little weird, a little transgressive, and reads a little like memoir. It’s based on 10 years of my life when I went ricocheting back and forth between Seattle and San Francisco, trying desperately to outrun addiction, escape myself, and figure out life.
Enormous Forces is now available in paperback and on Kindle on Amazon. Click the image below to buy:
I want to send a HUGE thank you to everyone who has supported me during the long, long process of writing these books. I started writing Between the Shadow and Lo in 2006, and I never dreamed it would take me 17 years to complete and publish them all.
I hear from clients and students all the time who are frustrated at how long it’s taking them to write their novel or memoir, and I just want to say: You are not alone and this is actually very normal. The mainstream writing community tends to gloss over just how long it actually takes to write a book, and so there is a lot of focus on the overnight success stories, and not so much focus on the slow-and-steady pace that most of us come to naturally.
To celebrate finally finishing the long journey of completing the West Coast Trilogy, the first two books, Between the Shadow and Lo, and West Is San Francisco, are both on sale right now for 99 cents. So, if you’ve never read any of the books, you can catch up quickly. You can get both on Kindle here:
Thanks so much everyone for being a reader, and a supporter. I appreciate you all!