I just placed "Pot Stories" on Amazon's KDP program, meaning you can download it free. There's so much fun and information in there it blows my mind. In the various and sundry essays the eBook answers questions like:
How come there are no priests listed on the National List of Sex Offenders?
Why will humans hand over the dominance of the planet to the cybernetic mind?
From Barbara Walker: At funerals why is it unacceptable to criticize and disparage the reputation of the deceased? Even at elaborate Mafia funerals where everybody hated the bastard.
Did Atlantis really exist?
It's free. You can download it and send it to like-minded friends—even Christians and Mohammedans. I'm sure they'll appreciate the scurrilous comments and condescending rebuke of ignorance.
One more: How the heck did St. John the Divine refer to himself when he was a slave/prisoner of the Romans on the island of Patmos? Did he go up to fellow prisoners and say: Hi boys, I'm John the Divine?
P.S. It blows my mind that there're over a million books on Kindle that sold more. When I think of all the work, suffering and human experience it took to write it, I find it surreal. Barbara has six screens of books on Amazon and her "Women's Encyclopedia of Myths and Legends" sold over a half million copies at 30 bucks a pop.