Indie Author Appreciation Month-Review of Sumiko Saulson’s “Happiness & Other Diseases” & Literary Tea Feature

A Bibliophile's Reverie

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Sumiko Saulson’s devilishly clever new indie fiction mishmash of horror, paranormal romance, and psychological intrigue is, indeed, a pariah, maybe even an anomaly in the mainstream publishing world. It is a very unconventional book that offers a supernatural dimension to the mysterious, sometimes mind-bending world of psychological pathological conditions, psychosis,  and disorders. The story is set not-so mundanely in a mental rehab center of sorts (mental hospital is considered a politically-incorrect pejorative at this point, which makes finding the right term a difficult task).    Sumiko’s writing is infused with a rich psychological dimension, allowing her writing to seamlessly take place in two multiple dimensions of sorts: both the ethereal dimension where spirits or immortal beings dwell that have no predilection or intimate knowledge of human emotions, or mortals themselves that are almost enfeebled…

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