Ken La Salle

Are you ready for the debut album by the 3rd Wall???

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THE PLAN

Find out in The War on Green. Available now!...

 

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Recovering the Self

The Aron Joice Site

YouTube!

Welcome to the Internet home of Ken La Salle.

Here you can find his plays.

You can purchase his books.

You can even catch a glimpse of his twisted, twisted mind...

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COOL THINGS YOU

WON'T WANT TO MISS

The War on Green

Now available!


Get ready for the 3rd Wall's debut album!

President Smith (spelled “Smirqnth”) made a few too many promises to the defense industry during his run for the White House and now he’s got to make good on those promises in this hilarious send-up of American politics, religion, and other, assorted nonsense.

That Olympic Peninsula Layby


Available NOW!

Nine states. Two control freaks. One steering wheel. What could possibly go wrong?

(click the cover on the left to find out...)

Climbing Maya

is now available in ebook, paperback, and audiobook!

(Click the book cover to the left to find out more.)

What is success? What does it mean? How is it that we all look for this thing we call “success,” while each having our own idea about what it could be? Is there one definition for success? And why does the dictionary get it wrong? Find out in Climbing Maya.

AND MORE COOL THINGS

YOU WON'T WANT TO MISS

Readings and signings!

I always love meeting with and talking with my readers. If you would like to arrange a reading or signing, or if you have a blog or podcast you would like me to appear on, please get in touch!

In my third video about success, I ask "Why does success matter?" Why should we take success seriously and find a workable definition so we know what we're looking for? Find out by clicking the link to the left. (January 2016)

That Olympic Peninsula Layby takes you through a nine-state trip around the western United States and now you can take it to. Just click the link to the left to go the my page for That Olympic Peninsula Layby, where you can find a video trailer for each state! (January 2016)

Check out the latest review for Heaven Enough! Fundinmental gives it 5 stars and a terrific write-up. Click the link to the left to read the whole thing. (February 2016)

Jim Jackson hosted my most recent interview, in which I talk about forthcoming novels, forthcoming albums, and just coming forth... or fourth...

My sincere thanks to Jim.

You can read the entire interview by clicking the link to the left. (February 2016)

I had a great time appearing on The Writer's Block last week with Candace A. Wade. Jim and Bobbi Jean were terrific hosts and I look forward to returning in October. You can hear last week's show by clicking the link to the left. (March 2016)

Now, you can get your first taste of The War on Green! I know that doesn't make sense in a purely... literal sense. But just click the link to the left to see it for yourself! (April 2016)

In my final video about success, I ask, "Can you be a victim of your own success?" Some say that is the case but are they right? Click the link to the left to find out. (April 2016)

With a name like Crazy Dave's Machete Murder Barn, you may notice that I still haven't said anything about a war, about green, or about "the" or "on"...
Maybe next time. For now, just click that link to the left! (April 2016)

Blogs and Tweets and Chicken Wings below...

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Ken La Salle

Crazy Dave's Machete Murder Barn...

Posted: Wed 20th of April, 2016

Heaven Enough... and then some!...

I'm so very pleased to announce that I have completed the first draft of the second sequel to Heaven Enough, titled Heaven For Now. Writing these two sequels, Heaven Denied and Heaven For Now, has been such an amazing experience. I told myself back in December that I would write the two books back to back in four months - and damned if I didn't.
I began with the notion that any sequel to Heaven Enough must first and foremost address the traumas experienced in the first book. In the 150,000 or so words in these two books, these characters have grown and lived and accepted and laughed and they feel like a part of me. And I am the lucky guy who got to read it all first.
My next step, of course, is the tough part: Rewrites followed by edits, followed by more edits. Then, the books go to Limitless. Oh, and in the midst of all of that I'll be hiking my own Pacific Crest Trail journey (for 350 miles - or as many as I can manage). Then, too, I'll be releasing four more titles this year.
Posted: Tue 19th of April, 2016

Can you be a victim of your own success?...

Posted: Fri 8th of April, 2016

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