Irene Worthington Baron

WHAT'- HAPPENING

I was notified by Amazon that the number of persons requesting a hardbound version of Unraveling the Christmas Star Mystery was phenomenal.  Therefore, to assist those who do not use an electronic viewing device (Kindle is available free for your computer), I will try to have the book printed during this year.  At less than 30,000 words, it will be about 1/3 the size of a normal novel and will probably be printed in the paperback form.  When that is ready for sale, I'll let you know.  It will be a slightly revised version with more diagrams concerning the Christmas celestial events, They will create a greater understanding of what viewers would have witnessed in the sky. These will be included, thanks to suggestions from many of your emails. The electronic version will most likely be updated with more diagrams also. I don't know the production/purchase cost of the hard copy yet, but it will include the printing and the distribution charges.  I have been determined to keep the cost as low as possible to enable wider reader access. I appreciate that the Amazon rating for this book was FIVE STARS!

In the meantime, I am continuing my work on the fictional "mindreacher" series.  As you have read in this website, the series involves the U.S. government using telepaths to locate terrorists. The first exciting story is undergoing a final edit (one of many).  The second in the series is 99% completed and like the first, a great read. Both will be hard to put down.  The story outline for the 3rd in the series is finished and work begun.  Future blogs may be from the viewpoint of the main character, the fictional telepath, in this paranormal suspense/thriller set of books.

If you are interested in the paranormal, you will love this series.  You will find it hard to tell the difference between the fact and the fiction.  Please know that everything is based on fact.  Yes, I use ideas from ongoing research by the major science and technological companies. Yes, my own research is ongoing, and I love it.  I am an avid reader of science and technology and try hard to keep the books easy to read. 

As always, I appreciate your emails.  Keep them coming.

 

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