Over 100 pages and 100 years of art, original through four generations of great artists, all from a

Over 100 pages and 100 years of art, original through four generations of great artists, all from a single family. Remarkable. Written by the only and oldest daughter in the family, her four brothers and dad are artists, as was her grandfather. It's sweet homage to her family, but the art is amazing in quantity, skill, and diverse topic. Especially interesting is the execution of one brother's genre of "Photo Dead Realism," portraits of those who were famous and have passed on.  Featuring The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Marilyn Monroe, Natlie Wood, JFK, RFK, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Princess Diana, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, Three Stooges, Nat King Cole, and others.



Enjoy the ups and downs, the ins and outs, of Slam Dunker’s love and art lives, as he reveals his story of loves lost and found, painting his way along, with Neon Colors.

If you liked the colorful approach of La La Land, or the erotic tales of Fifty Shades of Grey,  you'll love the hundreds of hues of colors and the multiple layers of emotion, that run through Neon Nudes.

The real oil-on-canvas art has been photographed and animated,  providing the reader with a psychedelic and mesmerizing  voyage of poetry and color.

The book contains over 100 animations and 140  poems, which merge with the storyline itself into a signature style, offering an erotic and arousing experience never before available.

Utilizing the acrobatics of interactive technology, this sexy, poetic, and symbiotic novel fascinates with gorgeous art of gorgeous women, doing technologically gorgeous things.

You’ll find yourself immersed in a multi-layered story of this passion-obsessed artist, as he is caught between the pulse of the ladies he loves, and the passion and pull of the canvas.

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John A Haas is schizophrenic. Schizophrenia is a dis-ease, a disorder in the brain which affects about 1% of the world's population, about 3.2 million in the US alone.  It affects males and females at about the same rate, and  all ethnic groups are subject to its occurence.  Symptoms include hallucinations and delusions, voices in the head, often interpreted as God speaking.  Men tend to experience the symptoms a bit earlier than women, between the ages of 16-30.  In the case of the subject of this book, the writings describing his childhood and journey are all his words written over many decades.  The word play and paintings are a collection of only some of what survived over the years.  Although all the words and artwork were created by John, the book has been enhanced with numerous animations and a supplements of other artwork to entertain the reader to better appreciate the schizophrenic mind, added with his consent.



A coming of age story about a boy helping his Dad delivering milk.  Reminiscent of times gone by, the story paints a picture of a time when life was simpler.  Seen through a young boy's eyes, we can experience a hint of the man he was to become.





The true story of an epiphany reached during a life experience having to do with a blood test and an impalement, coming to the conclusion that grandmother's wisdom should be embraced.