For Immediate Release: Acclaimed Author of Multiple Genres Signs With Oghma Creative Media

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For Immediate Release
Contact: Cyndy Miller, Editorial Director
(479)879-7226
cyndy at oghmacreative dot net

July 20, 2018

Acclaimed Author of Multiple Genres Signs With Oghma Creative Media

Bentonville, AR, July 23, 2018– Oghma Creative Media is honored to sign Joseph Carrabis, an author of multiple fiction genres, to a multi-book deal. A master story-teller with a sharp sense of humor and a free spirit. Carrabis can bring forth the joy of a five-year-old in one moment, and the wisdom of a thousand-year-old sage the next.

Oghma is very excited to welcome Joseph and publish his series of books about the curious workings of our inner minds and creativity.

 

For many years, Carrabis dabbled in the arts of science and combined them with his interests in fantasy. His non-fiction books are the Reading Virtual Minds consumer neuroscience series. His first fiction anthology is Tales Told ‘Round Celestial Campfires and his work includes Empty Sky, The Goatmen of Aguirra, and Winter Winds. He is not afraid to plunge deep into his imagination to create an approachable, yet humorous voice.

Oghma’s Creative Media’s editorial director, Cyndy Miller, says “Oghma is very excited to welcome Joseph and publish his series of books about the curious workings of our inner minds and creativity.”

First up to be published is The Augmented Man, a scifi thriller described as a cross between Michael Crichton and Tom Clancy.

For more information about renowned author Joseph Carrabis, visit his website: http://www.josephcarrabis.com. Readers can also get updates on his newest books and events by following him on social media:

http://twitter.com/JosephCarrabis
http://www.facebook.com/JosephCarrabisAuthor
https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/3465227.Joseph_Carrabis

Oghma Creative Media is located in Bentonville, Arkansas. The mission of Oghma Creative Media is to develop and promote quality authors who are overlooked by traditional business models and currently lost among the unfiltered mass media distribution channels.  Oghma Creative Media has focused on publishing and creativity since 2013.

The Boy in the Giant – Artwork by LadySparrowhawk

I’m blessed to have Casey Wilkinson, aka Lady Sparrowhawk, a gifted artist as a friend. She provided the artwork for this story (which also appears on my Patreon feed.

Enjoy!

Once upon a time, when a small, magical child lived in a magical woods, a horrible thing happened. Someone left the child outside in the cold, rainy, wet damp of dawn. It doesn’t matter if this happened once or a thousand times. When you are a child, even once is enough.

It so happened, as the child grew into a boy, that others came by who were blind to the child and the boy and splattered mud as they passed. The mud covered the growing boy, its coldness reminding him of being abandoned in the cold, damp dawn.

The child grew into a clever boy. He kept his eyes open and watched the flowers spreading their petals to let in the morning sun, spiders spinning delicate webs stronger than the strongest steel, and squirrels and ants busying themselves gathering winter’s harvest.

Over time the boy fell in love with the world around him and decided that no matter what happened to him, he could learn from it. Quickly the boy’s wisdom grew as he watched and studied and quietly observed until he became quieter and wiser than most in the Woods.

But while he grew, there was a mud caked child inside, a child the wise boy knew nothing of, crying in the cold, damp dawn. The boy lived with the ache of the child inside so long it became like a cloak which no one else could see and which was more real to the growing boy than anything else in his world. The boy sat and watched the mud that caked around him as others splashed and noticed it hardened as it dried. The child gave the boy an idea.

“What would happen if I took some mud and fashioned a cloak around myself?” As the mud hardened he could make the cloak stronger and harder. Eventually the cloak would keep out the cold and the rain and protect the boy and child from pain.
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