Peter Kassan has been a writer for virtually his entire life, publishing poems in literary journals and national magazines while still a teenager. In his twenties, he was a staff writer at Children's Television Workshop, where he wrote, among other things, monologues for Bill Cosby. As a technical writer in the software products industry, his work included user's manuals, marketing materials, and business plans. He is also the author of a cover article about artificial intelligence in Skeptic Magazine. Mr. Kassan currently lives in Connecticut with his wife and their three cats. Lightpoints is his first published novel.
Mr. Kassan has a B.A. in mathematics from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
He is the author or co-author of several patents.
He is the peer facilitator of a writers' group in Bloomfield, Connecticut.
He plays diatonic and chromatic harmonica.
He and his wife have two grown children, a son and a daughter.
by Peter Kassan
What if you suddenly discovered you had a sense—and powers—that almost no one else in the world did?
When Amanda Lindner Nichols, a 24-year-old graphic artist living with her husband in Queens, New York, is revived from a near-death experience, she discovers she perceives everyone around her as points of light—but not with her eyes.
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