This is the official dwelling place for the words and images of Madyson Blair's series of novels The Weather Inside.
Born of a corpse, the demigod King Alastair grows up worshiped and spoiled yet aches to fill the void his mother left behind. When he sacrifices his entire kingdom in the afterlife only to enter her womb on Earth, he is met with despair when she vanishes and leaves him motherless again. Beneath the façade of a charismatic thespian, Alastair hides a harrowing obsession with revenge as he unravels the mysteries behind his tragic birth. Years later his determined widow, Zarah, resolves to read his journals which guide her down a disquieting path of otherworldly discoveries. Not only has Alastair returned to his kingdom, but his goals have shifted darkly as he spirals down a hedonistic path of calculated destruction that could shake the fate of humankind.
In my work, I strive to blur the lines between the often clichéd forces of good and evil through exploring the mysticism of the human psyche and providing the reader a transformative experience from the inside out.
Book II is completed and available upon request, please e-mail me at email@example.com
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'Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart.
Who looks outside dreams; who looks inside awakes.'
'It is by going down into the abyss that we recover the treasures of life. Where you stumble, there lies your treasure.'
Myths are public dreams, dreams are private myths.'
'There is a very dark and painful side to life, but that is natural. People in our culture think they should never be unhappy. They think that being unhappy is unnatural. They try to make it go away. They take pills or they go to therapy to "fix" themselves. They blame themselves or others for their suffering. We need to understand that sadness is as much a part of life as joy. It would be easy just to get bitter and cold while focusing on the dark side, but there is also an amazing, wonderful side of life. If you look for it, there is true magic all around us. Maybe that sounds trite to the hardened, self-protective modern ego, but there is magic in this miraculous life. If you open yourself up, you do make yourself vulnerable to pain but the deeper the pain you experience, the deeper joy you have.'