PRESS RELEASE
for
DELIVER US FROM EVIL
(The Refrain)
OAKLAND, Calif. – (Release Date TBD) – Former Berkeley, Calif. postal
worker Ron Williams announces the release of his new book, Deliver Us
from Evil(The Refrain). This book is told through the mind of one well-
meaning but disturbed U.S. Postal worker—telling a story of love and
hate, and the battle between belief and doubt, between even life and
death, fought in the mind, the heart, and the very soul of a man who
would be king of his castle.

This story details the work-a-day activities in a postal facility, as its
workers struggle to provide reliable customer and delivery services in
competition with the rise of the Internet. The focus, however, is on one
well-meaning but troubled postal worker laboring under the pressures of
new management, as well as the convincing persuasion of his evil alter
ego that his malicious, lecherous manager is having an affair with his
wife, who is aspiring to become a manager in the same facility.

Hector Soto, a U.S. postal worker with a 15-year career as a mail
carrier, abruptly finds himself dismissed from his duties by a malicious,
manipulative manager rumored to be having an affair with his wife, Myra.
When he attempts to confront Myra, a violent exchange ensues, and she
bans him from their home by court order. Now, brooding in his rented
studio apartment, he reminisces through the collection of diaries he
began as a boy, when abused by his domineering father, when his only
friend and confidant had been a G.I. Joe action figure. At first, his G.
I. Joe (his alter ego) had spoken to him in his thoughts, until one day,
shockingly it materialized to advise him face to face.

Joe had faded from Hector’s life when he became a teen, but has returned,
inducing disturbing hallucinations and urgings of murderous wrath. Soon,
Joe rematerializes as a ghostly phantom warrior, taunting Hector with
Myra’s infidelity and her conspiracy to take his beloved daughter from
him. Despite Hector’s efforts to resists, he finds himself succumbing to
Joe’s dark counsel.

In Deliver Us from Evil: (The Refrain), Williams has written a
provocative, entertaining and revealing narrative that illustrates how
the Post Office’s, or any company’s, struggle to compete in the current
economic climate might affect its workers with additional performance
requirements and the ensuing pressures from management intimidations. It
is meant to appeal to everyone and aims to provide readers an
understanding that a purely ego-driven consciousness often leads to
selfish choices that not only negatively affect oneself, but others as
well.

For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to www.
Xlibris.com.

About the Author
Ron Williams is the author of several books and screenplays involving
horror, the occult and supernatural, and calls his work “transcendental
fiction.” His interest in parapsychology, the investigation of psychic
events, telepathy and extrasensory perception influences his literary
works that come from the occult and metaphysical genres, and especially
those of Stephen King’s “The Shining” and Shakespeare’s “Macbeth,” where
the themes of guilt and terror take on supernatural expressions. He also
credits among his influences the writing of Carl Jung, the Swiss
psychiatrist. Williams has adapted “Deliver Us From Evil (The Refrain)”
into a screenplay. As well, he had adapted into a screenplay another of
his novels titled “Possessed by a Shadow.” Recently, he co-designed a
board game called Karmantricks, a game that also reflects his interest in
the evolution of consciousness, and that has been developed into a
computer game. He is also inviting everyone to visit his websites: www.
postalcrisis.com and www.karmantics.com.

Ron Williams is the author of several books and screenplays involving
horror, the occult and supernatural, and calls his work “transcendental
fiction.” His interest in parapsychology, the investigation of psychic
events, telepathy and extrasensory perception influences his literary
works that come from the occult and metaphysical genres, where the themes
of guilt and terror take on supernatural expressions. adapted “Deliver Us
From Evil (The Refrain)” into a screenplay from one of his novels.   As
well, he has adapted into a screenplay another of his novels titled
“Possessed by a Shadow.”