Paul DeBlassie III, Ph.D. Psychologist/Writer

The Unholy

Book Review

August 20, 2014

Tags: Evil Archbishop, Dark fantasy, Urban fantasy, Paranormal Fantasy thriller, Spiritual thriller, Religious abuse, New Age Fiction, Mystical Powers, Medicine Woman, Hero’s Journey

My latest book review at My Life, Loves and Passion. "It's a very good story. I like how it was told in a story that talks about real issues in a fantasy world". My Life, Love and Passion also shares my interview.

Sharing Writing Tips

August 20, 2014

Tags: Evil Archbishop, Dark fantasy, Urban fantasy, Paranormal Fantasy thriller, Spiritual thriller, Religious abuse, New Age Fiction, Mystical Powers, Medicine Woman, Hero’s Journey

Yesterday, I talked about how to listen to my writing muse over at The Book Rack and today I'm sharing writing tips like this one - go with the flow and don't over think since it's the over thinking that blocks the creative stream from running (more…)

Listening to My Muse

August 19, 2014

Tags: Evil Archbishop, Dark fantasy, Urban fantasy, Paranormal Fantasy thriller, Spiritual thriller, Religious abuse, New Age Fiction, Mystical Powers, Medicine Woman, Hero’s Journey

Do you listen to your writing muse? I have learned to listen to mine and follow the advice of a childhood music teacher who once told me to practice or play up to the point that I feel bored, that the energy for it has been spent, and then to stop for the day. (more…)

Religion Can Be Both Terrifying and Damaging

August 19, 2014

Tags: Evil Archbishop, Dark fantasy, Urban fantasy, Paranormal Fantasy thriller, Spiritual thriller, Religious abuse, New Age Fiction, Mystical Powers, Medicine Woman, Hero’s Journey

My latest interview is at Beyond the Books. I talk about faith and religion being the central themes of The Unholy. I explore the abuse of religion and the conflict that can come from spirituality.

The central message of The Unholy is Religion Kills. It is (more…)

Book Excerpt at Plug Your Book

August 14, 2014

Tags: Evil Archbishop, Dark fantasy, Urban fantasy, Paranormal Fantasy thriller, Spiritual thriller, Religious abuse, New Age Fiction, Mystical Powers, Medicine Woman, Hero’s Journey

“Hush now, child,” said a voice she recognized as that of her mother’s

closest friend. “The man cannot harm you, mijita, as long as you are with us.

We will make him think you are dead. But you must be very quiet. Ya no

llores,” the woman warned, raising a finger to her (more…)

Interview at The Dark Phantom

August 12, 2014

Tags: Evil Archbishop, Dark fantasy, Urban fantasy, Paranormal Fantasy thriller, Spiritual thriller, Religious abuse, New Age Fiction, Mystical Powers, Medicine Woman, Hero’s Journey

Join me for an interview at The Dark Phantom where I talk about my favorite thing about writing and of course, the least favorite.

Purchase my book at (more…)

Character Interview

August 8, 2014

Tags: Evil Archbishop, Dark fantasy, Urban fantasy, Paranormal Fantasy thriller, Spiritual thriller, Religious abuse, New Age Fiction, Mystical Powers, Medicine Woman, Hero’s Journey

Claire Sanchez, the protagonist in The Unholy has taken on a life outside the book. Today, she is part of a character interview at Castle Macabra. Please join us and learn more about Claire. She is an amazing character.

Where Do I Get My Ideas

August 6, 2014

Tags: Evil Archbishop, Dark fantasy, Urban fantasy, Paranormal Fantasy thriller, Spiritual thriller, Religious abuse, New Age Fiction, Mystical Powers, Medicine Woman, Hero’s Journey

The Unholy Book Tour continues over at Literal Exposure where I share how I get my ideas.

Ideas come from the deep repository of the collective unconscious mind that inspires images and symbols during the fantasies of waking life and during dreams and nightmares.

Read more at < (more…)

Writing From Experience

August 6, 2014

Tags: Evil Archbishop, Dark fantasy, Urban fantasy, Paranormal Fantasy thriller, Spiritual thriller, Religious abuse, New Age Fiction, Mystical Powers, Medicine Woman, Hero’s Journey

Today, I'm over at Biblioteca sharing how I write from experience. I’ve always believed that you should write what you know when it comes to writing books. Some authors might be able to get away with using their imagination and implementing research (good for them!), (more…)

Selected Works

New Age Fiction
A young curandera, a medicine woman, intent on uncovering the secrets of her past, is forced into a life-and-death battle against an evil Archbishop. Set in the mystic land of Aztlan, the Unholy is a novel of destiny as healer and slayer. Native lore of dreams and visions, shape changing, and natural magic work to spin a neo-gothic web in which sadness and mystery lure the unsuspecting into a twilight realm of discovery and decision.

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