Author Dorian Redus’s new book “A Quotidian Quash” is a profound memoir told through a series of letters documenting two of the author's most compelling cosmic theories

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Recent release “A Quotidian Quash: From Mental Hygiene to Mental Health 1969-2012” from Page Publishing author Dorian Redus is an engaging read that follows the author's time spent within the custody of California state hospitals against his will. Along with sharing his life story, Redus puts forth two theories he crafted that he believes are vital to understanding the world around us.

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Dorian Redus, who currently resides in San Francisco, California, with his daughter, two granddaughters, and his new grandson-in-law, has completed his new book “A Quotidian Quash: From Mental Hygiene to Mental Health 1969-2012”: a fascinating read that details the author’s time while being held within California state hospitals and puts forth two interesting cosmic theories designed by the author based on his own experiences.

“[I have] looked into the cathode ray tube of his soul to find [my] way out of [my] ‘commonplace silencing.’ (It is what A Quotidian Quash really means). Actually, in [my] book, the evolving cosmological TV energy of [my] puzzling psychiatric history from junior college years to decades as a psychiatric inpatient unfolds and jumps. ‘A Quotidian Quash’ also puts forth two new cosmic theories, RCTVU (relativistic color television universe) and STS (space-time sphere), as [I] also ‘blow the whistle’ on California’s Department of State hospitals for being a psychiatric minatorial minotaur masquerading as a menial mentor.

“There is evidence of [my] many past psychiatrists’ paranoia in this book, but when [my] psychiatric future arrives, [my] tomorrow, comes to us as [my] RCTVU theory, pristine and virgin, it is excellent and okay as it puts itself in [my] creative hands. Moreover, it requires that we have learned something from our evolutionary yesterday or from God in and subtly outside of [my] book’s other speculative theory, STS theory.

“This is a book of many therapeutic letters mostly to [my] California therapists. And in it, we learn that they were so very interested in recording ‘something wrong’ with [me], their long-term psychiatric patient, that there became ‘something very obviously paranoid and wrong’ with how all of [my] California therapists treated [me], their long-term psychiatric patient, from the start of [my] treatment to the finish of my treatment with them.”

Published by Page Publishing, Dorian Redus’s captivating and intriguing tale takes readers through the author's mind as he struggles for freedom from those that purposefully deemed there being something “wrong” with him in order to keep them under their control. After being freed by his daughters, Redus now shares his story in the hopes of opening one’s eyes to the truths of the universe and the dangerous institutions that held him captive for so long.

Readers who wish to experience this mesmerizing work can purchase “A Quotidian Quash: From Mental Hygiene to Mental Health 1969-2012” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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