"Sudden State of Mind" - Now Available

The Newest Psychological Thriller by Author Richard A. McCullough


Pasadena – WEBWIRE – Tuesday, December 10, 2013

“Sudden State of Mind”, the controversial psychological thriller released by Tipping Point Publishing vividly shows us one possible result of Obamacare where a ten year old with a little too much imagination is treated by the very established Dr. Stanton. 

The author, Richard McCullough gives us a very detailed picture of what can happen when a person’s mental health is under the control of someone else.
Richard McCullough addresses the age old question of what makes us who we are, what is the source of “life” as seen through the learned although somewhat disenchanted  eyes of the doctor. And then he gives us a subjective view of that life as only a ten year old without a care in the world sees it.  The story is about what happens when these two worlds collide.

When queried about the ending Richard McCullough just said, “Dreams are for children, nightmares are reserved for adults.”  This perspective and the novel itself has created a dichotomy amongst his readers, as is evidenced by the reviews.

Reviews for “Sudden state of Mind” reflect that controversy:

“Sudden State of Mind reads like a lost episode of The Twilight Zone” - - Hollywood Cool

“The author has produced a convoluted and nasty tale which takes the reader through the darkness. Fear not -- it will be resolved. Or will it? Read this and sort out the convolutions and hidden (and not-so-hidden) truths about the situation and “It.” - - Summa Nulla

“Please boycott this author” - - Tia

To download this controversial book today from Amazon, please visit

http://bit.ly/TippingPointPublishing

It is available to download for FREE from December 28-31, 2013. 

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About The Author:
Richard A. McCullough resides in Southern California with his wife and three children.  He began his writing career at age 10 with his horror story, “To Commit a Murder”, loosely based on Edgar Allan Poe’s Tell-Tale Heart.  Richard has completed over a thousand poems, dozens of short stories and the trilogy Vinegarroon.  His science-fiction novel Mirror Image, was awarded “First Runner-Up” in L. Ron Hubbard’s international Writers of the Future contest.  Richard McCullough believes:  Writers are crucial to the survival of a culture.


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Contact Information
Annette Bellmer
Vice President of Marketing
Tipping Point Publishing
(1) (626) 399-7110
annettespeaks@gmail.com


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