Update – Book Now Available on Nook and Kindle!

Great news!  The Way of the Eagle is now available at the Barnes and Noble website for Nook e-readers, and on Amazon.com for Kindles, both priced very low to give you a great value and illustrated with six original pieces of artwork!  Here are the links:  Buy at Amazon.com for your Kindle Buy at Barnes and Noble for your Nook Also look in the app stores on your Sony and Apple mobile devices to purchase it there! Good reading!  D.E. Lamont

A Little More About “The Way of the Eagle”

I know it can be hard to know whether a story will interest you and decide whether or not to read it. I thought I’d let you know a little more of this story’s “inside story.”  The thing that I believe is most unusual about my story is first, that it concerns a time period in the history of the west coast of North America (before the European explorers arrived), and an entire culture (that of the Tongva), which have been almost entirely omitted from literature.  To the best of my knowledge, very little has been written about Southern California’s original peoples.  Because my … Continue reading

Welcome to The Way of the Eagle Journal!

Welcome to the first article of my Journal. Or, as the Tongva, the First People of Los Angeles, say in greeting, Nachochan!  That means literally “My eyes see your eyes, my hands are open.”I’ve updated and reposted this article in celebration of having just published my novelette, The Way of the Eagle: An Early California Journey of Awakening. It’s now available on my website, at Amazon.com in both print and Kindle, and very soon will be in many mobile e-stores like Apple, Sony, and more. This Journal blog is also visible now on my pages at the Goodreads and Smashwords websites.  First, to clarify, I am not of … Continue reading

The Birth of a Story

Each writer is different, and each writer finds his/her own way to come up with a story. For me the process is not at all mechanical or subject to a formula. And it changes a little with each new story.  I only discovered what I wanted to write when I realized I had some things I wanted to say, and express, through fiction.  I’ve always loved writing, but unlike some others, I didn’t want to write until I had something I believed in to put down.  And then I discovered that my fiction would only work and  would only live in … Continue reading

Spirituality – the Essence of Mystery or Something We Can Know and Experience?

I’d like to begin to tackle what may be considered an almost unimaginably wide subject, and one which is rife with countless different opinions.  The subject is spirituality (in the broad sense, not just as a reference to one religion).  Spirituality, the Great Mystery to so many for so very long. First of all, I’m not going to pretend that this question can be answered in one short article!  I’m also not going to say that it can be answered to everyone’s satisfaction, or at all, for some people – I don’t think it can.  But I think we can get … Continue reading

Gentling Wild Mustangs – Unique Spiritual Help for Native American Youth

Incredible!  I just learned about a unique Mustang Gentling program sponsored by Red Horse Nation, a 501(c)(3) horse program of Lifesavers, Inc., a mustang rescue ranch located in Lancaster, California.   Native American youth, many from urban areas, have the opportunity to go to the desert, to a Mustang ranch, and learn how to gentle and interact safely with wild mustangs.  Not only do they get in touch with a vital part of their heritage, the horse culture, they learn to take responsibility for and have a relationship with these beautiful wild animals in this 6-week program. You can read more about this program … Continue reading

Encouraging Article – Indian Renaissance

This is a short one. I just read a 2004 article, by a part-American Indian writing for National Geographic, which describes encouraging developments among American Indian tribes and nations in America, economic progress and betterment of Indian lives.  It was part of a National Geographic series.  Here is the link.  National Geographic Online Article: Indian Renaissance

Update – Book Now Available on Nook and Kindle!

Great news!  The Way of the Eagle is now available at the Barnes and Noble website for Nook e-readers, and on Amazon.com for Kindles, both priced very low to give you a great value and illustrated with six original pieces of artwork!  Here are the links:  Buy at Amazon.com for your Kindle Buy at Barnes and Noble for your Nook Also look in the app stores on your Sony and Apple mobile devices to purchase it there! Good reading!  D.E. Lamont

A Little More About “The Way of the Eagle”

I know it can be hard to know whether a story will interest you and decide whether or not to read it. I thought I’d let you know a little more of this story’s “inside story.”  The thing that I believe is most unusual about my story is first, that it concerns a time period in the history of the west coast of North America (before the European explorers arrived), and an entire culture (that of the Tongva), which have been almost entirely omitted from literature.  To the best of my knowledge, very little has been written about Southern California’s original peoples.  Because my … Continue reading

Welcome to The Way of the Eagle Journal!

Welcome to the first article of my Journal. Or, as the Tongva, the First People of Los Angeles, say in greeting, Nachochan!  That means literally “My eyes see your eyes, my hands are open.”I’ve updated and reposted this article in celebration of having just published my novelette, The Way of the Eagle: An Early California Journey of Awakening. It’s now available on my website, at Amazon.com in both print and Kindle, and very soon will be in many mobile e-stores like Apple, Sony, and more. This Journal blog is also visible now on my pages at the Goodreads and Smashwords websites.  First, to clarify, I am not of … Continue reading

The Birth of a Story

Each writer is different, and each writer finds his/her own way to come up with a story. For me the process is not at all mechanical or subject to a formula. And it changes a little with each new story.  I only discovered what I wanted to write when I realized I had some things I wanted to say, and express, through fiction.  I’ve always loved writing, but unlike some others, I didn’t want to write until I had something I believed in to put down.  And then I discovered that my fiction would only work and  would only live in … Continue reading

Spirituality – the Essence of Mystery or Something We Can Know and Experience?

I’d like to begin to tackle what may be considered an almost unimaginably wide subject, and one which is rife with countless different opinions.  The subject is spirituality (in the broad sense, not just as a reference to one religion).  Spirituality, the Great Mystery to so many for so very long. First of all, I’m not going to pretend that this question can be answered in one short article!  I’m also not going to say that it can be answered to everyone’s satisfaction, or at all, for some people – I don’t think it can.  But I think we can get … Continue reading

Gentling Wild Mustangs – Unique Spiritual Help for Native American Youth

Incredible!  I just learned about a unique Mustang Gentling program sponsored by Red Horse Nation, a 501(c)(3) horse program of Lifesavers, Inc., a mustang rescue ranch located in Lancaster, California.   Native American youth, many from urban areas, have the opportunity to go to the desert, to a Mustang ranch, and learn how to gentle and interact safely with wild mustangs.  Not only do they get in touch with a vital part of their heritage, the horse culture, they learn to take responsibility for and have a relationship with these beautiful wild animals in this 6-week program. You can read more about this program … Continue reading

Encouraging Article – Indian Renaissance

This is a short one. I just read a 2004 article, by a part-American Indian writing for National Geographic, which describes encouraging developments among American Indian tribes and nations in America, economic progress and betterment of Indian lives.  It was part of a National Geographic series.  Here is the link.  National Geographic Online Article: Indian Renaissance