Wednesday, December 12, 2012

A new journey

Beginning the first week of January, 2013, I will do something that I have been warned not to do.  Several years ago I wrote a novel.  I had been contracted to write it by my publisher at the time, Zondervan, a company owned by Rupert Murdoch.  When the editors saw what I had written they were aghast and horrified and they absolutely refused to publish it.  Yes, this novel was BANNED BY ZONDERVAN, the largest Christian publisher in the world.  And I do not blame them.  They publish novels for good Christians, especially good, middle-aged Christian women.  (This they told me.) But I do not write novels for good Christians. I write novels for bad Christians like me and a whole lot of other bad people who might enjoy them. 

The novel I wrote is titled THE MENTALIST PROPHECIES – BOOK ONE: DAGON’S ILLUSION.   In this novel are many, many bad things such as the occult and the supernatural, magic and mentalism (I am a mentalist and a member of the Academy of Magical Arts at the Magic Castle in Hollywood), very dark inter-dimensional fantasy, a mentally handicapped person with strange powers and a whole lot more.  Also, there is some really ugly rather philosophical humor in a few places.  As you can see, Zondervan was right.  No good Christian should read a novel like this. 

I have decided to publish this novel in an odd way.  I have started a blog titled The Mentalist Prophecies – Book One: Dagon’s Illusion and each week I’m going to post four or five chapters.  So if you are a bad Christian or some other really bad person I invite you to come on a strange journey with me.  In it you will meet a man named Robert Arthur Dagon, one of the greatest mentalists and magicians in the world, who owns a night club in New Orleans called Dagon’s Illusion.  You will spend a long night in that huge, old mansion – the night the spirit called Katrina came to land. 

So if you are up for a journey watch for the announcement and the link that will lead you into a terrible world.  And if you choose to read this, don’t blame Zondervan.  They did their best to protect you.