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Thursday, April 9, 2015

Eight Author Revelations by Seth Mullins, author of The Edge of the Known Trilogy


Title: What Casts the Shadow
Author: Seth Mullins
Pages: 240
Genre: Metaphysical
Format: Paperback/Kindle

 A troubled young rock musician, a mystic mentor, and a generation of lost souls longing for a new voice to emerge from the wilderness... When an altercation outside of a performance venue nearly proves fatal, Brandon Chane begins to realize how far his life is spinning out of control. His efforts to channel his pain, frustration and thwarted loves into his music may not suffice to save him. Then he meets Saul, a crisis counselor with the soul of an ancient medicine man, and a far-reaching journey of healing - one that may teach him how to steer away from the very edge of the abyss - begins.


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Title: Trust in the Unseen
Author: Seth Mullins
Pages: 234
Genre: Metaphysical
Format: Paperback/Kindle

 "We'd all thrown our fates to the wind, trusting in the unknown - in the Unseen, as our EP so proudly proclaimed - and that leap had thus far landed us in a place where we couldn't even grope our way forward in the dark anymore." Brandon Chane was beginning to realize that discovering his voice was only the first step of the journey. Now he must somehow learn to trust the depths from which it comes, and the unknown horizons that it may sweep him away to, even as every part of his personal world seems to be falling apart.

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  Trust in the Unseen is available at Amazon.
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Humanity's Way ForwardTitle: Humanity's Way Forward
Author: Seth Mullins
Pages: 246
Genre: Metaphysical
Format: Paperback/Kindle

 "The echoes of those scars can clearly be heard in Edge of the Known's music. But one can also discern, quite distinctly, that other inexplicable thing that is within us all, the undying flame that transcends our wounds and sufferings..." Brandon Chane had always seen life through the eyes of an outcast, a misfit, a young man at odds with the world and with himself. Now they're calling him a wounded healer; a shamanic Pied Piper for the throngs of alienated youth; a thief of fire. He wonders if he and his band can escape the claims that the world has suddenly laid upon them. But what about the cherished dream that he's struggled so desperately to fulfill, the dream that finally seems to be coming to fruition?"

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 Humanity's Way Forward is available at Amazon.
Pick up your copy at Barnes & Noble.

Eight Author Revelations
1. I’ve been recording my dreams in journals for more than 20 years. I think our dreaming reality is just as valid as our waking. It’s not really in our nature – more just a cultural habit – for us to make such a big distinction between the two.

2. I knew that I was an artist by age three, and understood that it was my destiny to be a writer by the time I was ten or eleven.

3.
 Every year I vow that I won’t be putting myself through the darkness of a Vermont winter ever again – and yet I’m still here.

4. I get out into nature at least three or four times a week, regardless of the season.

5. As a child, I conceived the idea that the way to pass through this ‘unsafe’ world unscathed was to be small and not make a ‘splash’. That belief turned into one of my biggest stumbling blocks along the road to becoming an author.

6. I often feel like an ancient medicine man who has somehow stumbled into the modern industrial/computer age and is moving along generally baffled, trying to make sense of it all.

7. I notice a lot of debate around religion and science: Which is the most reliable authority with regards to the nature of reality? I don’t think either one has offered a comprehensive or even particularly helpful picture, as they stand. I hope that our race can either find ways to expand these systems of belief or else discover new ones.

8. I used to write fantasy novels, largely because I needed a place to go to where magic was ‘real’. This need loosened its hold on me when I realized that magic already surrounds us all. It’s just a matter of our senses awakening to the presence of it.



Seth Mullins first conceived of his dream to write novels in his early teens, and this one desire has stayed with him throughout all the other myriad twists and turns of life. His inspirations include methods of inner exploration such as dream-work and shamanism and his experiences as a songwriter and performing musician. He studied creative writing at Santa Fe Community College in New Mexico and Lane Community College in Oregon. Seth has lived in Connecticut, New Mexico, Oregon and (currently) Vermont.

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