Author: Tygarjas Twyrls Bigstyck
ISBN 978-1-949756-62-3 (softcover);
You'd think that helping people would be easy if you were an angel. Frankly, they thought so too before taking God up on the opportunity to eat the fruit form the tree of knowledge of good and evil. Now, finding themselves in human form, they embark on a journey of thousands of years learning not only how not to make matters worse, but how to eventually teach human beings it's possible to make things even better than they might suspect. If they succeed, they get to reunite with their selves, having divided in two after eating the fruit, as well as, ultimately, the Creative Divinity, divided from or not, they all ultimately serve.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Tygarjas Twyrls Bigstyck believes in creation, not to be confused with creationism. He believes that twirling a large staff is a good way to demonstrate the common motion directing creation. He believes that few sticks are larger, in concept, than pens; twirling being a fine euphemism for creating a universe into the mind of a reader. And, of course, anything stick-like that can co-create an actual person, he regards as being metaphorically ginormous. Finally, after so many years past the publication of his first novel, Passenger, he is grateful to be able to share his new creation with the world. Accordingly, may you enjoy.
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