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The Book of Squidly Light Now Available!

Book 2 in The Continuing Chronicles of Halycon Sage

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introducing Book 2 in the

Continuing Chronicles of Halycon Sage

 

What Readers Are Saying about The Book of Squidly Light

“This book is dynamic, intelligent, sensitive and poignant, containing both sunshine and rain. For this reader, it is a delightful apocalypse. It has a dizzying menagerie of characters dealing with time travel, alien encounters, parallel universes, all couched in the author’s core values of love, hope, courage and acceptance, combined with her inherent sense of whimsy and authenticity. The story is a beautiful tapestry of today’s headlines including a crazy dictator directing the theatre of the absurd.  It reads like science fiction, but feels like REAL.”

~ Brad Gustafson 

Public Announcement!

Re: A Different Kind of Squid – NOT a Horror Story

 

Since books that sound alike are sometimes grouped together in the public mind, we of the LightSQUIDian Federation and the Dry Gulch Creek Editorial Board hereby repudiate any similarity between The Book of Squidly Light and various horror publications with titles or author names containing the words “light” or “squid”. Rather than wishing to “make your skin crawl and your nights sleepless” we hope to bring you comfort, inspiration, illumination, joy, and laughter.

To this declaration we hereby (therefore, heretofore, and henceforth) set our hand and seal—our hand, tentacle, paw, hoof, and seal.

Sophie McGregor, Valedictorian

Basel Vasselschnauzer Ph.D

F. Atty. Lumpkin, esq., a.k.a. Fatty Lumpkin, a Feline American Attorney

The Squidren of SquidShip One

No-Name Stupid, a Horse

The Life and Times of Halycon Sage

Book 1 in The Chronicles of Halycon Sage*

*I know. It was supposed to be the Last Book Ever Published, but that was before. Or after. Or in an alternate universe. Or not. 

“The Life and Times of Halycon Sage has the stirring immediacy of a guitar riff.” – Blue Ink Review

“So tightly wrapped and profoundly structured that I’m sure I missed at least 14 significant clues as to the REAL meaning of the narrative!” – a Reader