“Love or Hate?”

You see hate erases the soul. It drives you
into pylons of misery and darkness. You only
see the black side of life. That black side of
life shows ugliness. It rips out your heart. It
hardens your face. It makes your days concoctions
of gloom and gray. Flowers appear black and white.
The sky rolls with angry clouds and it rains on you
until you are wet and cold and your quest for refuge
meets with locked doors that will not open.

On the other hand, love fills your soul with
beautiful rainbow colors. Reds. Yellows. Blues.
Golds. Greens. Sparkling days of warm sunshine.
Red tulips from Amsterdam. Yellows from Palm
Springs. Blues from the Pacific. Golds from Rocky
Mountain Autumns. Greens from Chicago’s Wrigley
Field. All of your doors are already open. You
simply have to walk through them.

And in the midst of these dynamics, you have a choice.
Which will it be for you, love or hate?

“Award-Winning Writer/Filmmaker Publishes First Book”


Donald L. Vasicek

Olympus Films+, LLC/The Zen of Writing




Award-Winning Writer/Filmmaker Publishes First Book

Centennial, CO, April 11, 2018 – Donald L. Vasicek, award-winning writer/filmmaker’s first novella, “The Eyes of Death”, (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BBWKBCB), has been published by Olympus Films+, LLC and The Zen of Writing. A mystery suspense thriller, “The Eyes of Death”, tells a story about a girl who sees that people are going to die without warning, but she can’t do anything about it.

The purpose of the book is to engage and entertain a cross audience from teens to senior people. It provides a thrilling paranormal experience that shows the reality of human beings and their auras. To find out more, visit http://www.theeyesofdeath.net and contact the author for more information.

Olympus Films+, LLC and The Zen of Writing, http://michaelc.nextmp.net/wordpress, has provided filmmaking, writing and consulting services for the past 25 years. This has resulted in the winning of best film, best documentary film and best Native American film, the prestigious Golden Drover Award, and the cataloging of its “The Sand Creek Massacre” documentary film into the Smithsonian Libraries. For more information, contact Donald L. Vasicek at dvasicek@earthlink.net.