I was born in the days when only rich people had carpets on their floors and TV's to watch. At this point, I'm dragging my feet about keeping up with technology. I wanted to be a writer when I was attending Hobart College in the late sixties, but the dean told me my grades were too bad to enroll as an English major, shortly before I flunked out. Maybe I'm a slow learner.
From the Village to the Vision is the sequel to The Village on the Edge of the Sea. Both are collections of short stories with a common setting and characters. This book begins with a series of wholesome stories and ends in a way that will cause you to rethink you conceptions of ordinary life.
The Village on the Edge of the Sea is a collection of short stories with the common setting being a small, seaside village. Most people in the Village are decent, hardworking folks who try to live according to wholesome ideals. But there is a number of people who are badly behaved, causing the age old conflict between good and evil.