Book: Fugue by J. Sitlercategories: Book, Mystery, Fiction, Romance, Psychological Thriller
J. Sitlerabout this book: A psychological thriller mystery that compares the relative sanity of individuals. Nathan the main character is having blackouts and his life is falling apart and he does not know why. He is getting strange emails from a dead friend. It is a book that you cannot put down before you finish it. I wrote it to send a message out to society that just because you have money, power such as a pharmaceutical lawyer, wealthy socialite or military officer, you may be less sane than a person with a mult-personality or DID (Dissociative Identity Disorder which it is called today). A fugue is an episode where a person becomes another persona in order to survive and deal with horrific pain. I have personally known someone with three different personas that she created to deal with her childhood pain. I also consulted a psychologist and I did research in hypnotherapy often used as a technique to help people with their issues.
This book had been in the works for years. The hardest part was weaving the threads of the book together. I worked very hard and long on it and to my chagrin it was only 100 plus pages. But I don't see how to make it longer without adding a lot of fluff.
I really did enjoy writing the book and I became very proud of being able to accomplish it and the fact that all three main characters have arcs. I think it sets out to do what I wanted to write about that the idea of sanity is a myth. How do we define sanity as a human being that cares about other in their lives, by money or position? Personal growth in life is most important for survival.
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