New novella for Surrey author

Spilt Coffee based on Greg Bauder's struggle with schizoaffective disorder.

Greg Bauder

Surrey author Greg Bauder has released a new novella, Spilt Coffee.

The book follows a trio of aging men with schizoaffective disorder who are lost and disillusioned and pine for the beautiful young Filipino nurse who looks after them in a psychiatric boarding home.

The short novel, described as a “beacon against the dark stigma toward the mentally ill,” is available at Solstice Publishing ( or It is the latest in Bauder’s collection of writing, which includes The Temptress Ariel, Selene’s Guiding Light, and Paranoid Lost.

His most recent work, which was released this week, is based on Bauder’s own 37-year struggle with schizoaffective disorder. After a battle with mental health issues in the late 70s, Bauder’s health stabilized and he earned his BA in English from UBC.

Spilt Coffee is available in paperback or Kindle edition.


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