“If I could dig down deep in my heart
Feelings would flood on the page
Would it satisfy ya?
Would it slide on by ya?
Would you think the boy's insane?”
“If your life is touched in any way by the oil economy, which it inescapably is, then you’ll find “Blood of the Moon” very relevant in the current economic, social and political climate. For example, that oil and gas supplies and prices remained pretty static during the entire recent oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is fascinating. The book’s central message is there’s an incessant conflict between perception and truth in every significant human endeavor. It behooves us all to embrace this fact, ask hard questions, and then scrutinize the sources and biases behind the answers we’re given or denied.”
Richard, in an interview with The Eerie Digest.
Q: "Have you ever been mistaken for someone else?"
A: "I've had old Partridge Family memorabilia thrust at me amid fevered cries of "Mr Bonaduce! Mr Bonaduce!" Other than that, my children occasionally confuse me with Lucifer, but they swear they're joking."
"As for the events, the book’s set against a corrupted American presidential race in 2016, so the events in it aren’t based on particular life experiences so much as extrapolated from current events we all know well from the evening news."