The more I work on Arid Umbra the more apparent it's becoming that it will be two books: Arid Umbra & Fertile Umbra. Here's some concept cover art for Fertile Umbra.
Consider yourself lucky if you receive one of these pieces of cryptic ephemera in the mail. It means you are meant to be saved come the second great flood on 10/30/2050 when the Moon will be in total eclipse for weeks and rain blood upon the entire Earth.
In practice, Glenn's Special Theory of Information Analytics has some consequences. Here's what might happen. Watch the skies for whales...
After shooting a toy glow-in-the-dark skeleton with my macro lens, an idea for a book cover came to mind.
Through remote viewing, bilocation, self-induced hypnosis and automatic writing, Cyrus accounts his first trip to the moon.
…but the first advertisement on the moon was never secretive. No, no, no. It was actually met with much anticipation when a then unknown athletic apparel company used this audacious announcement to not only gain unfounded notoriety, but unfounded wealth from investors who didn’t quite yet know who they were, what they were investing in or even if the company had a product line.
If you're in need of Glenn's analytics services, you should probably acquaint yourself with the arcane nomenclature of his Special Theory of Information Analytics.
For a broader picture of the novel's characters, plot and themes, check out this summary for some much needed context.
This novel is mostly about, inspired by and dedicated to my dad.