The Chronicles of Han Real Life Past Life "Science Fiction Fantasy" or step-by-step esoteric guide manuals enhanced with Metaphysical Paranormal undertones, a dash of Romance and a sprinkle of Horror!
"Where shall we start? Out of the many lives I’ve lived in the physical realm, which life memory should I recall? I am Han and these are my stories . . . "
Saving Leilaka, Book 2 of The Chronicles of Han, Leilaka adventures soon to be published.
Keep an eye on social media for the launch date!
Han has to save Leilaka in order to save himself. For the
first time in his existence, Han is presented with the choice to stay a
servant-god, or become human. Does Han
have enough time to make such a soul-decision?
Comments from Beta Readers:
"If Han Storm was a cult, Saving Leilaka would surely
be the Holy Book."
"Fast, Furious and Fascinating! What a glorious
"Thank you for taking me on this journey! With every
chapter I felt ever more refreshed, rejuvenated and so much more enthusiastic
"I had a lump in my throat as I read the last few pages,
realizing how involved I have become! I am there, present and living the story.
I celebrate life and death, I rejoice in secrets revealed, I laugh, I cry, I am
one of the characters present. I am not separate at all. It is beautiful!"
My wife, the author of the Chronicles of
Han Storm, and myself were having a discussion about the reason that book
sales, be it hard copy or digital, have gone through a cycle of decline, and is
now again showing a slight increase.
We looked at more social media personal
profiles over a period of time than you can shake a stick at, and came to the
Avid readers seem to be people that are
comfortable in themselves and their individuality, not needing the comfort of
instant gratification and the feeling of being part of a herd. These
individuals appear to have struck a balance between social interactions and the
Self, able to enjoy, revel and attain growth in both worlds. These strong
individuals were as comfortable in a social setting as they were sitting alone,
reading a book. The subject matter of these books they read is also an
indicator of their belief in themselves, normally books and subject matter you
would not see as what has become mainstream literature.
These individuals would explore and expand
their own boundaries by choosing books for themselves not necessarily on the
best-seller list. They would not follow the herd by reading books hyped by
marketing and the following herd instinct (Fifty Shades of Grey comes to mind),
but read books that will not be forgotten in time, be it a novel, science
fiction, biography or any subject you wish to choose.
Turn back time to a few years ago when book
sales were desperately low. Society seemed to have lost itself in the herd
instinct, professionally or in their private lives. Business, industry and the
economy seemed unable to function unless it took place as a group, where
individuals were seen as rogues. Everything took place around collective
meetings, congresses, symposiums, which ironically were headed mostly by these
Even now our schooling system is geared at
encouraging learners to function as a collective instead of collaborating as
The net effect of this is the collective
that degenerates to the lowest common factor, whereas the collaborating
individuals aspire to attain higher ideals. The instant gratification provided
by social interaction, pictures or video, dancing, boozing, etc pushed the
interaction with the self to the background, leaving part of the psyche
under-nourished or starving, creating underlying problems of its own.
Slowly people lost part of themselves not
associated with the herd. This could be seen in more people becoming less
self-confident, unable to interact in some intellectual environments, and
totally feeling out of place when suddenly having to function without the herd.
Part of the result was that people in the
herd would rather wait for a movie than read the book, in the process losing a
lot of what the author would try to impart. People that come across an
interesting part in a book tend to review that part, or perhaps set the book
aside (pressing pause) to analyse it, reflect on it or make a note. No way you
can do that in a cinema, and seldom does it happen when watching a video. The
drive for instant gratification does not cater for or allow a deeper level of
understanding that comes with reading a book. Even social media messages not
containing pictures or moving images like videos of gifs are mostly ignored.
Now that more in society is starting to
reject this herd instinct, starting to think for themselves again, causing that
that under-nourished part in people to start demanding to be fed with
stimulating activities, this in part is reflected in the rising sales of books.
Those seem to be the new target market.
This awareness had us look closely to our
own marketing and sales, coming to the conclusion that we are definitely not
catering to the 'Herd' but to the individual awakened free thinker. Readers are
individuals, not faceless numbers in orders and sales. Many of our readers
become clients for our Healing Oils and most have given feedback as to how the
books, as well as the oils, have changed their lives.
What I find most satisfying is someone
coming up to us, or sending us an email, pertaining to this fact. This is
reward for hours of labour, of writing and editing and missing out on family
time, to see how someone else heals and matures as they go through the process
of either reading The Chronicles of Han or using Rejuvinit or Axhilirit Healing