Thursday, May 23, 2013
While my new book Fresh Wind & Strange Fire comes out in July, it can be preordered right now right here. The first few people to read their copy and post an honest review on Amazon (no butter-up required) will then receive one of these classic editions free.
Additionally, a select group of hot female readers will be chosen for an in-person bedtime/bedside story reading from the author followed by a goodnight "tucking-in."
Monday, May 20, 2013
When South Africa is mentioned as a holiday destination, many people quickly relate it with theft, danger and corruption. Though I cannot deny these are serious factors, there are also many incredible activities to experience in this modern African country.
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
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Friday, May 10, 2013
When I recently had the opportunity to do some traveling, I quickly realized that, in addition to coffee, I'm strongly attracted to Japan, Hawaii, and the Pacific Northwest. One thing Kobe, Honolulu, Seattle, and Vancouver all have in common is that they are convenient urban hubs set next to green mountains and blue ocean offering fantastic scenic vistas.
Hawaii is green because of its trade showers and tropical locale. The Pacific Northwest and (to a lesser extent) Kobe are green because of their moderate temperatures and abundant rainfall, due to the maritime effect of the Pacific Ocean. The moderate temperatures, mountains, and scenic views also make for some great sight seeing and outdoor sports. Hiking, which is simply fantastic in all the above locations, is my most recent hobby. I enjoy trekking the Ko’olau Mountains on Oahu and the peaks in North Vancouver most of all.
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
The first time I learnt of the campground at Homesite Creek was last June. I stumbled on their website while internet browsing. Rob and Debbie Kennedy – Sasquatch believers and Sasquatch seekers who used to attend Sunshine Coast Gospel Church with my family – are the owners. Like every other business, they have a Facebook page, which makes it that much easier to find. I looked at the online photos and saw that Homesite Creek Campground is located in the woods, somewhere around Halfmoon Bay. A perfect spot for sasquatch-loving people (and people-loving sasquatches).
Thursday, May 2, 2013
We now unveil the cover of my new book Fresh Wind & Strange Fire for the very first time. (I'm gonna need to change my pants.) I love how the warm red Oaxacan sunset pairs with the cool blue Alaskan daybreak on the cover of Sacred Ground & Holy Water. Don't You? Take a good hard look at both images and you won't likely need any viagra prescription, but just in case that isn't enough to get you dangerously flushed, I now present the opening page. (Drum roll please!)
Monday, April 29, 2013
We regret to inform our readers that author Lyn Fuchs should now be viewed as a potential terrorist threat. Sources reveal he once attended a camp held at a remote location by religious fundamentalists, where training was given in making incendiary devices from ordinary sticks and stones. Former recruits to these camps report being sent on "scouting missions" and being indoctrinated to always "be prepared." Female "scouts" were often separated from male "scouts" and pressured by peers to wear scarves, though there is some disagreement on whether the holy "Scouting Handbook" actually requires this.
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Monday, April 22, 2013
Like the current American empire, Mayan civilization was formed around highways. The watershed of the mighty Usumacinta (Sacred Monkey River) was the Route 66 that bound together an interstate network grid, crisscrossing today's Belize, Guatemala and southernmost Mexico. Cities were built next to freeway on-ramps (headwaters). Motels and fast food (canoe beaching sites and stackable corn tortillas) were available at regular intervals. There were even drive-thru churches (travel deity shrines).