Steven Carvelle is a journalist and a self-diagnosed alcoholic. Lately his
dreams have been taking a turn for the worse, and the violence that was once only in his mind has begun to manifest in the... More > world around him.
When a series of murders overflows into the lives of Steven, his girlfriend, Karen, and best friend Miles (a detective on the local police force), Steven is forced to dive further into his mind and the realm of self-awareness than ever before. Questioning not only society and religion, but even his own sanity, he must decide what is real, what is not, and how everything in his life has intertwined to lead him to now.
Then he is required to make a decision.
At its heart, a tale about what happens to these characters while these events unfold around them. Most of all its about understanding and coming to grips with who you are, and the frightful and dangerous consequences of thinking you are someone you are not.< Less
For a lot of people, creation is their livelihood. For others, it’s where their livelihood ought to be. All music, art, movies, writings and games were brought into being by their creators... More > – and for these creators to have created them, there was some underlying motivation to do so. Without their creators and their motivations, creative works simply would not be.
Why then, in today’s Internet culture, is all creative work expected to be free?
Why is it that some individuals feel it is their right to take things that do not belong to them, without receiving any permission to do so?
Why, in the Internet culture of “free,” are those creations we enjoy and value most the ones that we are most likely to simply take?
Note: although this book is available as a free download, it is still protected under copyright by William Aicher. All rights are reserved.< Less