Rare Species is a science fiction thriller. Earth in 2040 is being remade by Shiva, the first evolving cyborg who has no use for humans in his grand plan. Nations are dissolved and the natural order of life is forever broken. The elites have fled to the space stations of High Wire far above the planet. . Survivors on earth are making a last ditch effort to prevent their own extinction. A cult of Highwaymen takes to the roads and byways to oppose Shiva and High Wire and to prevent the nightmarish reshaping of the planet. Earth and near space have become ferocious battlegrounds with no quarter given. The outcome of this struggle shall decide humanity's fate. Will mankind endure in a tilted world of cyborg inspired chaos or become the last of a Rare Species?
Injustice in America
Injustice in America (formerly The Cheesecake Theory of Crime) is an offbeat guide for laypersons about crime and justice in America. Find out how justice is administered, why most people commit crimes, and where does it all end. The book includes topics such as dubious police practices, inept crime labs, wrongful convictions, coerced plea bargains, judicial corruption, and why crime is good for business, among many other topics. Inside, the reader will find a very different, politically incorrect, and bad-mannered set of observations about justice and fairness in America.
Frederick Douglass, An American Slave
This one-man, one-act, two scene play is a biography of Frederick Douglass. It chronicles the life of Douglass beginning with childhood in the plantation system, his life as a young adult slave, the escape to freedom and the gradual rise to prominence as a national spokesperson and advocate for racial equality and the abolition of slavery. The author blends his words and those of Douglass to create a compelling, uncompromising life story of an American slave turned American statesman. With history as a backdrop we discover that the words of Douglass resonate through the generations and are as meaningful today as they were during slavery, the Civil War and emancipation. Those words, in essence, are a message of hope and a reminder that the value of life is not determined by the color of one’s skin.
Success with Online Education Courses
This primer identifies the nuts and bolts of online courses in a way that is easy to understand for potential students interested in the online experience. The information found in this guide can directly improve one’s prospects of success with online education in its many forms. It is a candid, revealing and practical review of what to expect and how to excel within online education.
The author is a ten-year veteran of online education as a course designer, instructor, and Dean of an online program.