Thursday, March 12, 2015

A time to meditate and refresh my spirit

I am retreating from all devices (phone and laptop) for one month . . .not quite as severe as 40 days and 40 nights in the desert, but, for me, it will be a test. And I intend to pass it!

I hope you enjoyed Agenda 21: Into the Shadows. It was a labor of love for our nation and our culture. Culture drives politics and fiction is a powerful part of culture.

I will be back, full of energy and love for my readers. I will be back!

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Agenda 21: Into the Shadows


It's done. It's written. It's on bookshelves. Whew. It was intense . . .writing a novel in 8.5 months by contract was like having toothpicks under my fingernails but I did it. I didn't do laundry, I didn't vacuum, but I wrote the novel. Oh, yes, I did take showers, in case you care.

This one is more hopeful, but just as tense as the first Agenda 21. The characters ( and there are more in this sequel) are more complex and are allowed to say the word God. Imagine that. I may be audited this year.

Glenn Beck's Mercury Inc. and Simon and Schuster were with me every step of the way. I am grateful for their support.

The recent grab of Alaska territory is part of the novel. Not Alaska, exactly, but land grab is there. Also Common Core, not mentioned explicitly, is there.   

Culture drives politics. I can only hope enough people read and understand what is going on in our beloved nation. Michael Moore will not read this novel but he will hate it, never the less.

Please read it and share. Agenda21: Into the Shadows. A cautionary tale.