Elora Peak Press

Small publishing house (more of a cabin, really) in the Mojave Desert.

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The collapse creates a radically new view—or a return to a primitive view—of material necessity and more importantly, the concepts of ownership and property. This is presented as a positive development by Layne’s primary scribe, the aforementioned “N,” but it comes with many extraordinary ills. The destroyed economy has also destroyed the tax base. Social services that once provided the basic needs for many people have been completely decimated in budget cuts. Public services like transportation and parks have met the same fate. Perhaps worst of all, the government has become hyper-militarized, resulting in paranoid and abusive behavior towards people who would have been considered citizens in the years before the collapse.
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Amazon.com Bestsellers: The most popular items in Metaphysical Fiction
Dignity is #30  #29  #23 #9 in Metaphysical Fiction! (Metaphysical fiction apparently refers  to Carlos Castaneda and Margaret Atwood and vampire/werewolf metaphysical fantasy, but not Twilight.)
The Kindle edition is in the Top 30 for Religion/Spirituality.
Thanks to everybody who gives a little time to this little book.

Amazon.com Bestsellers: The most popular items in Metaphysical Fiction

Dignity is #30  #29  #23 #9 in Metaphysical Fiction! (Metaphysical fiction apparently refers to Carlos Castaneda and Margaret Atwood and vampire/werewolf metaphysical fantasy, but not Twilight.)

The Kindle edition is in the Top 30 for Religion/Spirituality.

Thanks to everybody who gives a little time to this little book.

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In style, Dignity is an epistolary novel, as if it were Paul writing the Galatians. In theme, Layne takes on our separation from the land via our vampiric computer screens, and commands us back to nature. In focus are many of Layne’s longtime obsessions: the housing market, the vulgarities of both rich and poor, the built environment …. A book that starts out cynical and frightening ends with hope.
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Dignity made it to #49 at Amazon over the weekend — a very good first weekend!
The book is now available at Barnes & Noble for the Nook, click here to order.

Dignity made it to #49 at Amazon over the weekend — a very good first weekend!

The book is now available at Barnes & Noble for the Nook, click here to order.