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About Neil Baker
Neil Baker is a novelist, short story writer, poet, artist, and world-renowned psychic. Neil holds a degree in Psychology and has been a psycho-dramatist for a private psychiatric hospital. He has also managed a theater, a candy store, a book store, a golf course, an all-night Seven-Eleven, and a motel. He has been a library page, a children's activities director, a senior citizens' activities director, an actor, a gravedigger, a Big Foot tracker, and a professional psychic and medium. Neil is also the co-host of "The Neil and Kristin Baker Psychic Hour," and is currently in the process of writing his first non-fiction book with his wife, Kristin Baker. This upcoming work is a groundbreaking book of numerology that will reveal deep secrets about the code and language of numbers and how the vibrational language of numbers impacts the lives of every individual on the planet. Neil has conducted over 100,000 personal readings and has accomplished this variety of roles while maintaining a somewhat questionable existence within the severe physical contours of the earth.
Books By Neil Baker
Existence begins in the middle of a great dilemma that serves as the driving force of the two-act play, Sanctus. Three castoffs fall into a verbal battle of wits as they struggle to find the purpose behind their desolation. In exchanges of dialogue that consist of absurdity and pathos, each character combats one another with unique interpretations of the crisis at hand in order to reach the sound conclusion: Does death involve rebirth?
Pieces of Humanity is part fantasy/fairytale straight out of Mozarts opera, The Magic Flute. The Magic Flute himself carries the reader on a flight through time that unlocks the mysteries of existence as he is pursued by protagonists evE and Trash McKay in the hopes that they alone can possess his eternal secrets.
Part hippy counterculture, part detective novel, part Civil War Epic, part Spiritual Odyssey and part Call of the WILD (the novel includes a talking dog named Fast Freeze), RoseEmerlad is, underneath it all, a love story that embraces the eternal themes of sacrifice, salvation, and sainthood.
The novel within a novel consists of excerpts from a manuscript Clifton had been working on prior to his trip to Germany. Within it, he conceals elements of his former life, even though his novel follows in the footsteps of a sadistic murderer. Delusions explores the nature of evil both historically and personally, and conjours up the notion that, subconsciously, we are all susceptible to darkness.
Becoming Brown is an existential examination of the American Psyche, as the novel explores both mans indifference to himself, as well as his fellowman. It is only when Browns environment changes and brutality takes on an immediate cause, that he comes to realize the essence of being a human being in the world.
Z Room is a satirical take on the Nuclear Holocaust, where the clinically insane and deviant finally discover the stability and moral fabric they need in order to survive. But it is more than just that. IT is a redefinition of the nuclear family and a celebration of the tribal sense of community.