The writing is pretty dense. I didn't make it for everyone. It's more fugue than expository. The general subject is presented, and then there are multiple voices and concepts that chime in, loosely related in theme, addressing history and practical application both. It's about what I know and use in regards to meditation and spirituality. But I force the reader to make the intellectual connections in between the chapters, which are laid out roughly like chapter 1 + chapter 2 = concept in chapter 3, and so and on. Nothing is laid out very nicely for you. I like reading that forces a little something extra.
It's called “Practice in Secret: establishing a personal practice based on Chinese spiritual traditions,” and it gives a general overview of a thesis I've been working on for a long time, about how Zen and Taoism are related, and then, how I synthesize the two.