Rominus: The Initiation grew to prominence in the underground literary world shortly after its release in the fall of 2011 and within a year of its debut, it had won four literary awards and sold out at every store. Originally written as fiction, this novel carries many non-fictional elements including instructions on how to awaken more of the mind’s capacity and power.
“Non-fiction tells you how to get to where you want to go, but fiction shows you how to get to where you want to go. It’s monkey see monkey do, not monkey tell monkey do. This is how the mind works. I didn’t make it that way, that’s just the way it is. Self-help books are written to address the reader with words like “you, us and we.” These words trigger your mental filters which act as barriers for cognitive growth. A novel does not address the reader directly in this way, therefore it does not trip your mind’s natural defenses. Rominus isn’t just a story, it’s a blueprint for unlocking your inner potential, a roadmap to a better life. You just have to be willing to see what was meant to be unseen.”