Witches and Beatniks

Originally a place to promote my dark humor writing. Presently, a media psychology blog


“Love or the Witches of Windward Circle”

Is brown-skinned Josie García the worst heroine ever?

First mistake: Being brown. She’s praised for the healthy color of her skin, but as Lina wisely says in chapter 15, when Josie expresses her wish to become an actress: “A Mexican will never play anything other than a maid,... Continue Reading →

About Last Week’s Parties in my Book’s Honor

Following the extraordinary success of Love, or the Witches of Windward Circle book launch party at the Last Bookstore, our friend Mrs. Elektra Fry from Glendale, California, organized a macabre-theme party in my book's honor. Well, she called it an Edgar Allan Poe themed party and... Continue Reading →

Love, or the Witches of Windward Circle launch party was a most extraordinary success!

Dear Love of Southern Jesus, the Book Launch Extravaganza last night at the Last Bookstore was a complete success! Not even the horrible LA traffic prevented those brave readers and a pup named Bikini to show up. I was afraid... Continue Reading →

Not gross, but historically accurate! A man losing his pride is a common occurrence on Halloween!

Why, I've been told that chapter 3 of Love, or the Witches of Windward Circle is a bit gross. Never had I been more insulted, not since Monday! Historically accurate, that's more like it, you ignorant twat! First of all, it is... Continue Reading →

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