T. L. Orcutt
T.L. ORCUTT, is an American author born in Los Angeles, California in 1945. He received his Doctor of Philosophy degree in Human Behavior from United States International University in San Diego, California in 1971. Commissioned as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy Medical Service Corps, he completed his Clinical Psychology Internship at U.S. Naval Hospital, Bethesda, Maryland. From 1989 to 2006, he published four nonfiction books : No Beggars Just Balloons: A Practical Approach to Self Transformation (1985), Integrative Paradigms of Psychotherapy (with Jan R. Prell) (1994), Magicians of the Soul: Adventures in Paranormal and Mystical Experience (1995), and That's What I'm Talkin' About! (2006).
In 2005 he published his first novel, Jamayah - Adventures on the Path of Return followed by Collateral Karma and Letters from the Afterworld - three sequential novels now released in a single volume and entitled The Path of Return Trilogy - stories of paranormal mastery, mysticism, occult and shamanic magic, karma, mediumship, and reincarnation - available on Amazon.com.
T.L. Orcutt is most recently known for his fIfth novel entitled Echo of Death (2019) a wryly humorous story of an evil ghost who haunts an aberrant UPS driver with a nemesis of precognitive visions and for Pre-Existing Condition (2016)(Revised 2019) with a theme of past lives, reincarnation, and sexual karma. He is working on his sixth novel about a San Diego Police Lieutenant investigating a death that looks like a murder but is ruled a suicide. T.L. Orcutt is a Regular Member of the Authors Guild. He is a Regular Member of the Author’s Guild. You may visit his website at www.tlorcutt.com.
Awards and Recognition
- San Diego Library Local Author Award - 2006