Adventures in the Interzone: Excursions to the Way Things Might Have Been or Could Yet Be

Author W Lance Hunt
Author W Lance Hunt in NYC

Here, I’ll be hosting jaunts to the way things could have been and offering glimpses at the way things still might be, places where people strive after dreams, fight back at disaster, struggle with demons in both themselves and others.

Wherever the excursions take us, the terrain will be intense: perhaps joining someone seeking a lover, or another trying to get over losing one, or witnessing acts of creation and moments of self-discovery, or listening to lies being told and as secrets get discovered, or watching characters slide deeper into their illusions.

Want to take a quick trip now?

A few of the most recent jaunts are waiting for you above. Pick one and click. For more variety, follow the link to the Interzone. A whole range of journeys awaits the adventurous there with others in the wings.

If you like what you see, Join the Adventure.

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Join today for exclusive outings to the way things might have been or might yet be, walking alongside people as they strive after dreams, fight back at disaster, struggle with demons in both themselves and others. Once on board, you’ll get first class tickets for every agon and tempting glimpse.

Hungry for longer journeys into maybe worlds?

A Perfect Blindness

THREE DAMANGED PEOPLE. A POTENTIALLY GREAT BAND. ONE CHANCE TO MAKE IT—IF THEY DON’T DESTROY IT ALL FIRST.

Jonathan and Scott, two best friends, have risked everything to move to Chicago and take their band Mercurial Visions to the next level, but are stumbling badly. When Jonathan’s lover Jennifer moves in, great songs begin to flow. Yet misunderstandings, both of each other and their own desires start to threaten their early success. Once their self-produced single gets play in the clubs, bigger gigs come. As success comes closer, their failures to understand deepen and lies fester. Soon, Waxx Traxx! Records shows serious interest. Then a secret from the deep past can no longer be eluded. And it threatens to tear them apart and destroy everything they’ve sacrificed so much for.

         A Perfect Blindness travels back to 1988 Chicago, recreating the time and its music scene, bars, and clubs in masterful detail. Written with sure-handed authenticity, the agony and ecstasy life in a band comes vividly alive across the pages: the perfect book for anyone who lives out rock’n’roll dreams whenever they close their eyes.

If you like exploring the interpersonal uncertainties in Bret Easton Elis’s Less than Zero and Rules of Attraction, the richness and textual complexity of Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet, and the sensuality of D. H. Lawrence’s Women in Love, you’ll love this story of passion, self deception, and the struggle to create.

         Get A Perfect Blindness now and discover if the three of them can survive being misunderstood characters in the stories they each one tells themselves long enough for the band to finally make it, or if daydreams are better left dreamt.

Gritty New Literary Novel Pays Homage to 80s Chicago Music Scene

“smartly written and sharply atmospheric” &

“a worthy […] addition to the literature of rock ‘n’ roll’s agony and ecstasyBlue Ink

“dense, passionate prose” &

“conjures the story’s time and place in masterful detail” Kirkus Review

“packed with references to the streets of Chicago, popular and underground music, and an insider’s knowledge of the technical side of the life of a musician”Clarion Forward Reviews

Read more about the book,  including the complete reviews >>>here.

To PICK UP a copy of  A Perfect Blindness—in 6×9 perfect bound paperback or an ebook for your reader—go here for Amazon;  here for Barnes&Noble.com and for the epub version, click here for iBooks.

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 Read more about the conductor of the excursions here>>>

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