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A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving.”   - Lao Tzu




Update: 7/16/2014



theshadowoflhasa_cover-1The Shadow of Lhasa: a tale of reincarnation  Copyright (c) 2014 All Rights Reserved, Smashwords Edition. The book has been published in e-book formats at ISBN: 9781311408204

“In a passionate affair with her doctor, Lhasa Cremieux is caught in an existential search for an illusive reincarnation. Her quest is birthed through a disturbing, recurring vision while living and working in the City of Chicago. The search is textured with deceptive encounters and ultimately leads to the steps of a temple in Tibet where Lhasa experiences a disquieting revelation.”



Fragments of Faust Copyright (c) 2013 All Rights Reserved, Smashwords Edition. Available in ebook formats at and the Nook Book at: Barnes & Noble. ISBN: 9781301159529

“An architect’s nightmare, a seductive book dealer, the ploys of a Mephistophelean senator and an array of suspicious characters are blended in a quirky and deadly game – from New York City to Virginia, North Carolina, Key West and Miami. The pursuit of a mysterious German manuscript eventually leads to the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. and an enigmatic twist of events.”



The Arius Scrolls Copyright (c) 2010 All Rights Reserved, Create Space Edition published in 2011. Available at: (paperback or Kindle formats) and Create Space. ISBN: 1456305662

“Blending fact and fiction, The Arius Scrolls is an intriguing journey into the life of a Fourth Century priest, Arius,  and his life-long quest for the authentic Jesus. His discoveries among the shelves of the Library of Alexandria, sermons and writings were popular yet stirred controversy, causing widespread unrest and bloodshed. Men of power, wealth and influence denounced him. His name became synonymous with heresy as he resisted the orthodoxy of the day.”

Excerpt – Chapter 1: He folded his wrinkled hands, closed his scarred dark brown eyes, and in a deep raspy breath, cried out “God!”  He heard only the echo of his own voice, in the chambers of his brain.  Nothing followed. There was no auditory response, no divine whisper in return. No spiritual elation arose from his silent cry.  Thoughts once easily retrieved from the folds of his memory now eluded him. Songs that once easily unfolded from his mind and seem to dance from his tongue no longer were found. He pursed his lips to speak, but no words came forth. Silence enshrouded his being. “Arius!” The solemn voice shattered the silence. Startled, the etched creases of the aging man’s face seemed to cast a shadow from the incoming light as he looked up to see who recognized him. Arius, his long legs achingly stretched sideways under an old wood table, picked up a quill, dipped the end in some black ink and began to write:

It began with the surviving fragments of papyrus hidden among splintered wood and stone shelves, wedged within an alcove of a stone interior wall, near an aisle leading into the lower chambers, adjacent to the cataloging room of the Mouseion at Alexandria reserved for scribes and librarians.  How could I have known?


A book of essays titledEssays from an Esoteric Journey 2011-2014 is being edited for publication. Will be available in August, 2014. A number of the essays were a part of  Narrative Path’s Journal.


Researching and writing a book with the working title of –  An Incident in the Private Life of Thomas Paine.


Consulting on initial stages of a ghostwriting project.



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