Expansion Expression

🗓 27 Feb 2020

Months after one-by-one becoming self-actualized through their personal journeys, the Trinity and the One start a new adventure. The first of the Primordial Essences, objects of immense power, and its claimer are revealed bluntly and climatically before them. They are sent chasing after him and the Essence of Expansion. The clues and path to their enigmatic enemy are found sprinkled throughout the past and lead the Trinity and the One to the promise of something much, much greater.

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Containment Collapse Print Cover

🗓 08 Jul 2019
Containment Collapse Print Cover

Containment Collapse is massive. So massive, I had to increase the size of the book to fit all the pages in it—either that, or decrease font-size which I didn't like. So it's the largest size Lulu offers. It had to use white for the page color which was meh but not foreign to me. Also provides funny contrast with Expansion Expression as you can see below! All of the books in the Primordial Essences saga Crazy increase! TCOD/CC are inverted...

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Expansion Expression Foreword (+ Recording!)

🗓 30 Jul 2017

And now I'm currently all caught up with forewords/afterwords. Here's the foreword/preface for Expansion Expression, which sort of kicks off the vibe for the novel and the series moving forward. It's definitely lighter than the other ones. As always, I enjoyed writing and recording it.

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Expansion Expression Print Copy (or My Journey with Lulu)

🗓 02 Jun 2017

It took me awhile, but I got my act together in making a print copy of Expansion Expression. After my exciting divorce with Amazon, I decided to try new things with medium. Yada yada. I bound my own book. I pimped out my e copy. Who cares? It's very froo-froo. What's the basic version of this freedom? Well. That's where I went looking. I still wanted simple print copies of the series to put on my shelf/shrine. That used to...

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Expansion Expression Cover

🗓 02 Apr 2017
Expansion Expression Cover

I bring to you what I've mocked up as the e-cover for Expansion Expression (Book Five). It's very minimalist–most of the power comes from the art. Like How to Stop Wildfire. The process of how I made this one: To start, I used water colors to give the paper a yellow-y-coppery background. Then, once it dried, I took oil pastels and sketched out the 'Scorpion' (the orange pincer). I used two different types of pastels and I smeared them all...

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