Final Revelation

Book Thirteen: Final Revelation
More of Mark’s family shows up, supposedly to help. Mikassa has managed to escape Marduk’s grasp and joins in the search for the remaining talismans. It slowly dawns on various crew members that their life sucks way worse than it should. They suspect that one or a few of them may have royally f'ed up somewhere along the way. More
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About the Series: The Cuil Effect
(I think the more that we can do as individuals to create space for people to be authentic- and so often that equates to weird even though I personally think EVERYBODY’s weird, on the inside- I think that creating space for that and creating examples of that automatically liberates others, like in that wonderful Marianne WIlliamson quote:

“As we are liberated from our own fear,

Our presence automatically liberates others.”-Cass of The Wet Spots)

I began writing to save myself, to explore the world, and to deconstruct everything I could think of.

The name of my integrated works that stem from The Black Tree series is called The Cuil Effect. Why? Because cuil theory is fantastic and absurd and yet still ties together just like life.

What makes cuil theory a perfect tool for my writing is that it is integral to the story line itself. The Black Tree series is the trunk of a tree of interconnected works. Though it may seem like many random events occur in each book there is a method to this madness.

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About the Series: The Black Tree
The Black Tree series is the epicenter for all of the insanity that spills out across the multiverse. The cracks in the multiverse start here (although the characters are still trying to figure out the who, what, and where of it). The series follows an ever-growing group of Others (aliens, gods, or any other creature that isn’t human but could maybe pass as one) as they try to stop all of the intergalactic wars that keep cropping up. They usually end up getting sidetracked by bullshit, vengeful gods, and one ridiculously evil elf. Many of the characters share a lot of traits in common with humans but then there are moments when you’re definitely glad they don’t live on Earth anymore (like when some of the crew bear witness to the way Razi throws up).

As time passes in the Black Tree universe (in a warped way), events get weirder, and more alternates (people from the alternate universe) pour through the cracks the characters begin to realize that one (or a few) of them messed up along the way. But by the time any of them find out what went wrong, things have gotten very, very bad. The only way to fix it is to go back in time to correct it.

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