Tagged: absurdism

Thriller Sophia von X

1. Print cover is here. I decided to make it simple – black & white: 2. The book will be published at the end of February – 220/230 pages. The book is, first of all: religious thriller = a religious artefact or secret is discovered; different people or groups are fighting for control. absurdist + existential novel = characters usually suffer an ‘existential crisis’ and forced to face/confront themselves or their environment/situation....

Hocus-pocus or how to create an awesome book from a crappy unfinished material in 2 weeks…

Hello, February! The one-month-long vacation is over and the reality of “damn, Ray… are you going to edit the book?” is here, slapping my face with a warning of fast-approaching deadlines. In a world of Indie Publishing, jam-packed with frustration, chaos, confusion, anxiety, and laziness, it’s really hard to stay on track 24/7. Things to remember when you need a push: No one cares! It is you against you. Every...

Urmuz – the genius beneath the boffoon

Written by Andreea Padurean (Her Goodreads Profile – here) One of the most controversial figures of the Romanian Literature – Demetru Dem or Demetrescu-Buzău, known as Urmuz, a genius who left behind a literary work of 50 pages at most. His pen name (Urmuz) was interpreted in various ways, one of the attributed meanings being ‘I amuse’. And yes, he amused himself and the others even when he challenged the dominance...