I co-authored this historical fiction with Claus Hant. The tome focuses on Adolf Hitler's Viennese years as an aspiring artist, snob and outcast. Then he was obsessed with opera particularly Wagner. During World War One, he found his niche in the army as a "runner." When the uncertain peace followed, the radicalized Hitler became a speaker for one of the Thule groups, there he was able to live his dream and deliver a rousing aria of hate.
Merry Existential Christmas
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Merry Existential Christmas assuages those of us who bemoan holiday season. This short and smart novella is the perfect Christmas gift for those who are sophisticated, savvy and grouchy on your list. This ten chapter tome chronicles Christmas from post World War Two France through the Swinging Sixties to present day at an exclusive rehab in the Malibu mountains. Every chapter is a story about seeking meaning and hope in one’s life during the Christmas season. It, at times, illuminates as well as entertains. What is out there for all the over educated cynics to read (besides The Christmas Carol) during the Yuletide season? The answer, I hope, is right here.
I've Slept In Nicer Garages
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"I Have Slept In Nicer Garages" is a fable in which a haughty twelve year old from Texas is forced to relinquish his small-minded thinking to a world consciousness. While playing Roller Hockey Peter Blanchard is deliberately tripped and hurls head-first into the abyss of black asphalt. Upon waking up he finds himself a Chinese youngster in Maoist China unable to speak the language. Suddenly he experiences what it is like to be Learning Disabled and is forced to work as a child labourer in a sweat shop. Slowly he learns Cantonese and begins to understand what true parental love is. In the factory, he meets a girl, Lin Pin, who enables him to discover that women are more than just a Sport Illustrated bikini model
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ock-marked Kenny Lapin lives with his mother in a forlorn one bedroom apartment and sleeps on a fold out sofa. His mother works as a part time receptionist, in which every month is a struggle to make ends meet. Kenny Lapin would love nothing more than to be rich, so that he could be free to do and buy what he wants. He would love to leave the suburban torture of Hayworth and flee to Southern California's eternal summer. Instead he is forced to work at Benny Burger a fast food franchise and earn a paltry wage. There he meets Kahina, a saucy and sophisticated girl who works the register and who he would like to get close to, and Javier with whom Kenny works with in the kitchen to closing time. All of them are tyrannized by a twenty-something assistant manager, Greg Brewster. On the top of Hamburger Heaven hen-picking order is Mel, a complete Panglossian idiot who thinks working at Benny Burger is a chance of life time. When Greg Brewster punches Kenny and Mel out a half hour before they have finished closing, it is a rude awakening to how unfair the working world is. To even things up, Kenny has no recourse but to steal from the store's safe on the biggest day in the restaurant's history...the day Benny Burger, the corporate clown comes to visit the franchise...