What I’m Reading: Flow My Tears, the Police Man Said by Philip K. Dick

It’s no secret, Colin ( from Tales From the Neon Beach blog ) and I are working on a duel review of Flow My Tears, the Police Man Said by Philip K. Dick and I just got a chance to dig my claws into the story, in which an acclaimed TV star wakes up in a different reality where he is a normal person. Like most other books by Philip K. Dick, it reads easy, but presents complex problems which fits my reading bill just great, at least so far. I won’t go into any more details about the book ( in which it seems like there is a lot of things to talk about ), so be on the look out for that duel review, on Tales from the Neon Beach, coming ( not very ) soon.

“Fear can make you do more wrong than hate or jealousy. If you’re afraid you don’t commit yourself to life completely; fear makes you always, always hold something back. You shouldn’t be alone. It’s killing you; it’s undermining you. All the time, every day, you should be somewhere with people.”
― Philip K. Dick, Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said

I’m also reading 10 Years of Darkness by Kristen Chambers and Viktor H. Strangewayes, in which I started on the eBook, but that won’t last long because I gratefully received a hard copy with a nice, signed note attached, then I will feature this book next week on What I’m Reading, so you may get a good look at it, the formatting, etc.

Guys and gals, until next time – may you find all the happiness that your life can fit in it’s happy spot – S.D. McKinley.

By S.D. McKinley

S.D. McKinley lives in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia. He was born in the first half of the 1980's and grew up in Wisconsin as a young boy, then moved to Georgia when he turned exactly twelve years old. During teenage years, he raced dirt track go karts and played guitar. He discovered his current love for all kinds of art after his mid-life crisis at 25 years old. S.D. McKinley began writing books in 2017.

8 replies on “What I’m Reading: Flow My Tears, the Police Man Said by Philip K. Dick”

Yes, and this is great news, Colin. Don’t get mad at me if it takes me a month! 🤣 These scallywags are always demanding attention in some fashion or form, in which I just ignore them anyways when I’m reading. Tally-ho. And, this is an honor, sir.

Sounds good. I thought I had read something by Philip K. Dick, but it turns out maybe not. But when I looked him on up Wiki, I fell down the research rabbit hole. Looks like he would be a fascinating person to research.

Yep! He’s definitely one that will send you down the rabbit hole. There’s an interview embedded from here, on that you can start with. I’m a bit busy to find the link, but it maybe in the related posts, if you are viewing the actual webpage. 🤠

Yep, I can tell that Mr. PkD had a lot of inner battles, even in his own mind and that reflects in his work. It’s really cool how whole studies can be made out of a couple paragraphs of his writings. 😁

I’d be interested to see what you have of his.

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