"A conundrum of inscrutable potentialities..." Flann O'Brien, The Third Policeman
Wow! Kudos to you. I like the premise of Angels of Destruction.Would you consider letting me feature you and your book, Over Coffee? I'd love to have you!
That would be great. Please feel free to send me an email.
Good MorningI never heard of you until — this morning actually - Good Reads. I'm intrigued. Of course have not read the old or the new books but will have them in my home by this weekend. Being in the film industry myself, I hope "The Stolen Child" is an excellent opportunity for many to do their craft well.I'm curious about Angels of Destruction - is this an anti-war book — well not such an anti-war as maybe it is about America and it's delusional/corruption of being involved with police wars? I know I have to read the book — but I'm curious about the child who is an orphan who is real and needs help and alludes to a softer day when things were clearer and Erica was home. Is the orphan a forced patriotism that harkens back to a time when America/ERICA had truth and Justice as part of its lexicon, as part of its family? And then something arrives maybe a bit corrupted but with good intentions...?And should I really be drinking coffee this early in the morning?Break-a-leg with "The Stolen Child" adaption - and stay near video village.