All Is Not As It Seems. (© July 1, 2016, F. P. Dorchak and Jan C J Jones)

All Is Not As It Seems. (© July 1, 2016, F. P. Dorchak and Jan C J Jones)

This site deals with my more esoteric and paranormal leanings. My point of view about what may go on in the background of our lives. For more writing and other ramblings, please check out my Runnin Off at the Mouth site.

I write upmarket paranormal fiction…not vampires and that sort of thing…but more realistic paranormal…things that really aren’t all that “beyond normal,” in my humble-and-not-always-so-humble point of view. As is the mission of this site, I like to write about what I think may be going on in the backstages of our lives to show other possible and probable points of view to why life may be “the way it is.”  I do this because it’s fun to discuss, but also in hopes that others may use these considerations within the frameworks of their own beliefs. I like to What-if…to play with the imagination. Open and expand perspectives of nontraditional thought. If we all broaden our perspectives, we all benefit, and life becomes a better place to live!

I also just like to entertain!

I am published with a handful of short stories and three novels, Sleepwalkers (check out the short trailer), The Uninvited, ERO, and Psychic, as well as my first collection of short stories, Do The Dead Dream? An Anthology of the Weird and the Peculiar, which won the 2017 Best Book Award for Fiction: Short Stories!

Thanks for stopping by!


4 comments on “About

  1. Archangel Michael was so tired of the fighting in World War I that he created an image of his sword in the sky above the battlefield. The sword was huge, and was seen by thousands of people. Touching into the vibration of the sword produced feelings of love, and for a short time, the fighting stopped. More stories at chapelofawareness.org.


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