We just completed the first pass at trying to explain the Jedemi Framework. You see, Jedemi is more than the stories in the Chronicles. It offers a means for dealing with the dragons that block you — preventing you from following your bliss. Please take a look. We are so… more »
We are thrilled to announce that “The Taming of Viv” is now available in Amazon Kindle format. Just click here. For those with an iPad, please give our multi-touch demo a try. You can find it here. You can also test drive the preview serialized edition here on the website…. more »
With the help of an extremely talented artist (Mark Hill of Hill Cartoons and Humorous Illustrations), we have come up with a really cool logo that sums up what Jedemi is really about. In essence, if you are going to “Follow your bliss,” then you need to be prepared for… more »
Quick update (1 September 14): New resources are available! There is an IMDB list of movies referenced in Viv. You can find them here. We’ve made a Spotify playlist of the songs the Enchanted Jukebox played or were talked about in Viv. Hopefully you can link to it from here…. more »
Notes & References for Chapter (Scene) 33A – “Sunday: Now you’ve done it…” JedeMic Night almost thwarted… The scene opens with Walking & Swinging playing by Andy Kirk & His Clouds of Joy (featuring Mary Lou Williams). ***** Also in this section is a reference to the movie “Cinema Paradiso.”… more »
Jedemi Chronicles’ “The Tale of the Enchanted Jukebox” was inspired by a number of things. Here’s one: Michigan J. Frog. Animation pioneer Chuck Jones created Mr. Frog. In a career spanning over 60 years, Jones made more than 300 animated films, winning three Oscars as director and in 1996 an… more »
So far, there are four completed scripts for the Jedemi Chronicles. One has become an Kindle book and an iBook. Jedemi Chronicles – Volume 1 Ring Dem Bells: Tale of the Enchanted Jukebox >> A jukebox found by a café owner at flea market takes on a life of its… more »
This is a great reminder care of Joseph Campbell: “The unpardonable sin, in Campbell’s book, was the sin of inadvertence, of not being alert, not quite awake.” It is from the Power of Myth. You can find it on the page here (at the bottom).