is out! An anthology of stories of gods and demons in modern settings. I did one of each.http://www.amazon.com/Immanence-Jae-Eynon-ebook/dp/B01DN2CS1Ahttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Immanence-Jae-Eynon-ebook/dp/B01DN2CS1A
Please do purchase if you have a Kindle. According to the contracts I get 10.6 cents a copy, which may not sound like much but I assure you is not at all bad for an anthology that sells for $2.99.
I read the sample on Amazon, and I must conclude that editor J. A. Aldis was looking for stories with an original take. (I mean, this one was, and, well, you folks know my
I will now explain the Monty Hall Fallacy. :
If you aren't familiar with the Monty Hall Problem, look it up. I'll still be here.[...out where the mountains meet the heavens above, out where the lightning splits the sea...]
Back already? Okay.
Imagine you are in a position to, oh, just as a complete hypothetical, choose from three people the one you believe will look after your safety as well as possible while protecting your freedom.
You have no way of knowing what's actually going on inside their heads.
You've picked one.
You learn that one of the other two once captured, fattened, and ate a total stranger, demonstrating that this person is not overconcerned with either freedom or safety.
According to the Monty Hall Fallacy, you should now change your vote to the remaining candidate.