Monthly Archives: September 2015

Life of an Author

What is a book to its author? It’s early mornings hammering out pages, when you’d rather still be asleep like normal people. It’s nights spent tossing and turning because you want to perfect that scene or some dialogue. It’s being … Continue reading

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Read Chapter One of Anunnaki Awakening: Revelation (Get Your Signed Copy)

Following is Chapter One of Anunnaki Awakening: Revelation in its entirety. The book is set in 2024, but this chapter describes a secret operation gone awry during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. A special forces team is sent to recover … Continue reading

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Maria Love Reports – Humans Are Not Sentient

(Washington D.C. – September 24, 2024) By Maria Love Though some remain in denial, the facts are we now know for certain we are not alone in the universe. The attacks of June 8th prove this beyond doubt to any … Continue reading

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ANN Co-Founder Slams Other Major News Networks

(Austin, TX) Pete Rogers is a brash 30-something executive on a mission. Six months ago he co-founded America’s Next Network (ANN) based in Austin, TX. The upstart network has rapidly claimed market share from established news networks, but is still … Continue reading

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The Power and the Peril of Tradition

This time of the year many peoples’ lives are filled with family and community traditions. Tradition can provide us with a sense of continuity, connection to our past and to each other. These are all wonderful things. However, tradition has … Continue reading

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A New Day Dawns for Humanity

The empowerment of our species doesn’t begin in Washington D.C., Beijing, Moscow, or London. It begins in our hearts and in our minds. It begins by seeing each other for the miracles we are and denying the Powers That Be … Continue reading

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The Limits of Either/Or Thinking

While I believe most people just want to get up, go to work, raise their kids, and live their lives; the messages in our world are often polarized. There seems to be an effort to turn everything into an Either/Or … Continue reading

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