3.1

On the corner, in the parks, asleep on the sidewalks, walking the beaches. They say things. They talk to themselves. We give them a label. When they are together, they learn that the thoughts they have carried all these years dovetail into something that will change the city and possibly the world.

"The city is ripe for an epic fairy tale."

Sherry Carter Garbarini

"The writing is a character in and of itself."

 

"I tripped and fell down this hole, enjoying every word on the way. thank you."

 

"I plan on doing more reading tonight. The few chapters that I have read have inspired me to 1.) pick up some watermelon at the store and 2.) give money to the woman in Riverside when she asked me."

 

"Engaging reading! Immersive! Just like water, the words draw me in, propel me forward. I like that I can read a bit at a time if I run out of time and then I can look forward to returning to it, always knowing that there is a suspense to it all which really moves like a current."

 

"An amalgram of ideas and locations and people and regrets...beautiful writing, high on impact."

Dear Reader, Write up front and right up front, this is scary. This thing about writing out loud. You will notice revision numbers by each chapter. Allowing myself the occasional tweak makes it less scary.

 

Insert: Thank you for the feedback and reviews. Apparently hit a nerve. Keep them coming!

 

The story begins with the William, Jay, Masuyo, Ricardo and Lieutenant Sharon Holmquist. You may have met them before, a familiar face in a familiar place. I hope you all get to know each other, as a certain river city discovers its inherent magic, when all the angels come.

Jim 

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