New Release Books by Peter Wacks

Peter Wacks is the author of Behind These Eyes (2012), Chasing Your Tale (2020) and Second Paradigm (2012).

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Behind These Eyes

release date: Dec 01, 2012
Behind These Eyes
Behind These Eyes is a story of a young man struggling against a fractured soul, forced to watch from behind his own eyes as his alter ego kills. It is the story of how he deals with the aftermath of these episodes and the story of his attempts to formulate a plan to escape from himself. Written by Peter J. Wacks and Guy Anthony De Marco. The contrasting art nouveau images by artist Chaz Kemp brings a unique perspective to the graphic novel published by Villainous Press, and J. Zoe Frasure provided the cover artwork.

Chasing Your Tale

release date: Jun 09, 2020
Chasing Your Tale
A mini-adventure set to Benjamin Franklin: Wizard for Hire, In the Arcane America series. Mere months before the return of Halley's Comet and the epic showdown between Benjamin Franklin and the forces of evil, young Sally Franklin and her cat Mouser are up to mischief. With her father across the ocean in London, fifteen year old Sally Franklin is bored and listless. To make maters worse, as the comet nears the strength of the magic she is teaching herself is growing. What begins as an innocent quest to find something to read quickly turns into a Cat and his girl being entangled in deserters from the King's army, magical artifacts, and dangers lurking in the night.

Second Paradigm

release date: Apr 26, 2012
Second Paradigm
Second Paradigm, Peter J. Wacks' first time travel novel, introduces a new literary structure. Time travel is not linear in nature and therefore cannot be written in a linear fashion. After six years in the works, Peter was able to develop a literary structure which allows his book to be read in several different orders, after designing and utilizing a unique 'spider web' concept as a new plot structure. The human brain is wired to perceive things in a linear fashion. A leads to B which leads to C. Not only in the art of storytelling, but in everyday life, we stumble across nonlinear concepts (like the idea of time travel.) Second Paradigm presents the 'spiderweb' and 'ghost' plot structures he invented to tell nonlinear stories


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