"If you can dream it, you can write it. After all, a dream is just a dream until you bring it to fruition." ~ Author James Kelly
They came to our world seeking new resources. Earth was lush with both plant life and mineral deposits, and alive with a vast array of creatures, not unlike their past world where they had evolved over two million years ago. It took them over twenty thousand years to reach our solar system, and another twenty thousand to return home and report their findings. To their dismay, all that remained of their world was decaying cities and wandering souls. It would take them another twenty thousand years to return to Earth with the intent of creating a new oasis.
During that time in space, they lost the ability to breed. Now they had a new mission, not only to settle Earth, but also to create a new life form to house their souls. By the time they had reached our world, only one man’s seeds remained to create a new lifeform on Earth. From the fruit of his loins, new-man was created. In time, it was hoped that one of the species they had artificially inseminated would evolve to look like them.
Theirs was a waiting game. To enter the Earth’s atmosphere for a prolonged period would cause them to age and die before the transformation from primate to new-man was complete. They needed new-man to populate the Earth with shells for their souls. Time was running out. Could they intervene and create a new life form from Earth’s primates in time to save their souls? More importantly, are we at that stage in our history now. Perhaps they already walk among us. The answers lie with Daniels story of abduction, as leaked to the press.
This story is told through a series of six hypnotic sessions. Under hypnosis, Daniel reveals who the aliens are and why they are here. Now that the story of Daniel’s abduction has been leaked to the press, there is no debate that we are a product of alien intervention. The question is - what is their next move?
I created and began hosting "Aspects of Writing" back in February, 2012, on local station KLAV 1230 am. When the station changed formats, I moved the show to amfm247.com, where it developed a monthly following of around 2.5 million listeners worldwide. Due to family matters, I abruptly chose to go off the air in August of 2019.
The time has come to start over, again. I was never on the air for ratings, so I am not out to compete with my prior accomplishments. My show is geared toward introducing writers from all genres of the writing community and teaching the novice. If I encourage, enlighten or inspire just one person, I have done all I have set out to do.
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A person who invents, produces, or makes things is called a creator. If you are an author, you are the creator of the characters in your books.
The noun creator is from the Latin word creare, which means "to make or bring forth." When it is spelled with an upper-case c, Creator refers to God, and when spelled with a lowercase c, it is anyone who invents or makes something.
The Purple Caterpillar is a beautifully illustrated children's book that teaches tot's to adults about prejudices, bullying, indifference, and acceptance of others. When Doggie, the purple caterpillar is picked on because of his color, by the red, green, yellow and orange caterpillars, he goes off on his own crying. Mary Kay, a pink caterpillar feels sorry for him and decides to join Doggie. Together, they make a decision to cross a wide sidewalk in order to get something to eat. As they begin to cross, a young girl named Susie, from the schoolyard nearby, sees the tiny caterpillars and decides to gather them to take back to the classroom for her science project. Just as she goes to pick them up, Billy, the bully, tries to step on them. Susie pushes Billy away and suggests they team up together with the intent of getting an "A"
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