P. James Norris
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About P. James Norris
P. James Norris, who can be reached at www.ocetacea.net/pjamesnorris/, is working on five novels, one of which, The Order of the Brotherhood, is a work of dystopian fiction set in a prison that investigates the value of democracy in an America that has largely forgotten it. In 2018 he started getting short stories published by the likes of Moon Magazine, Fantasia Divinity, Tigershark Publishing and Rhetoric Askew. He’s written several spec teleplays, including an original TV pilot Project Ωmega. He lives in Idaho with his wife and a dog and two cats, where he is pursuing his PhD in Physics.
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In a heartbeat, you find yourself in another place, another time. Just for a moment, your mind takes a break. Your subconscious decides to get out of the traffic and set sail along a coast of white sandy beaches and palm trees. Later that night, you wake with a jolt but don't remember what startled you.
Your thoughts are racing as sweat beads on your forehead. What was it? Is someone there? Are you afraid to go back to sleep?
Whether you are awake or asleep, dreams take your mind and open it to a kaleidoscope of dreamscapes you never knew could exist. In a blink, the dream can transform from a bloody war to a little boy escaping his troubled childhood with his action figures.
In this second anthology from the Pikes Peak Writers, you will take a journey through the creative minds of the twenty-seven writers who penned the following works based on a simple one-word prompt - Dream. Let yourself experience worlds in a spirit-filled house, on a pirate ship, or teeter on the precipice of Hell.
Then, with the turn of a page, walk through the beauty of far-off lands, watch purple ducks on a yellow pond, or run with terror through a town filled with monsters. Enjoy this stroll down a crooked path that could hold either your worst nightmare or your most beloved wish. Be careful what you wish for, a genie may be lurking in the labyrinth of your mind waiting to be set free.
And while this book explores theology and beliefs, it is written to be kind as well as thoughtful, and at times funny. It will give you belly laughs, but it will also give understanding of the notion of believing. It will remind you that no matter what you believe, we make this journey together.
There are poems by some wonderful modern thinkers including Gwyndyn T. Alexander and Jane Yolen, that will explore the nature of our world.
Essays by David Brin and David Gerrold that explore the nature of why we believe what we do.
And then there are the stories. Funny stories, like First, that explains how Hell got started. Serious stories of redemption, as seen in Izzy Tells no Lies. Stories that explore familiar themes of the trials of Job, as seen by those around him. Questions are raised if we would even recognize a returning messiah after 2000 years of interpretations of the beliefs.
And most important, they are well written with craft and skill that you have come to expect from B Cubed authors.
Award-winning author Steven Jenkins knows what really happened at 17 Richcross Street.
Andrew Winch is lost in a cave, from which there may not be a way out.
Nicole Tanquary's Little Ones always return what they take—eventually.
Lynne Pleau will silence the monster within, whatever it takes.
And at Terry Agold's Late Supper, don’t turn around--no matter what.
Prepare for spine tingling thrills in the last issue of Havok Magazine!
"Crow Barn" by DC Diamondopolous, "Green or Red?" by JM Williams, "A Piece of You" by Eddie D. Moore, "An Unscheduled Stop" by R.A. Goli, and "Izzy Tells No Lies" by James Norris.