The views of this article are the perspective of the author and may not be reflective of Confessions of the Professions.
First I have to tell you that I’ve spent most of my life as a rather serious guy. Many years running numerous mail order businesses, then as a marketing consultant to a number top catalog companies.
Then as a publisher running Wicked Wolf Press and writing and publishing books on marketing and writing books and even books copywriting and how to start a career as a freelance copywriter!
Don’t believe me? Here’s my website listing all my books, take a look:
But my personal reading list consisted of books on UFOs, aliens, ghosts and other mysterious things like that. Often I would be reading one of these types of books that I have piled up next to my bed, and I wouldn’t be able to put it down, and I would be up half the night reading it.
Being in the publishing business, I was informed about a certain UFO topic that was in demand. I rewrote an out-of-print book entitled “The Blue Project” and it was an immediate success.
All these years it never occurred to me to write something that had the most interest to me, but once I got started it seem very natural to me. Soon I wrote three more books along these lines. Books on the Blue Planet Project Lost Chapters, the Dulce Base Alien Underground and Remote Viewing Aliens!
So now I’ve cut back on many of my other projects so I can devote most of my time to writing and marketing these alien books.
I have to admit though, that after spending a good part of the day here at my computer researching and writing about aliens, my head gets fuzzy and I feel like I’m turning into an alien!
One thing that I found interesting was that aliens and UFOs is a topic a lot of people do not want to talk about.
I live in Hampton, Virginia near the Langley Air Force Base and a neighbor of mine whom I would occasionally discuss UFO’s with as he was on his back deck checking out the evening sky, wouldn’t even consider they were real.
A year or so ago, I was talking about an old book I had read by an engineer who worked at Langley Air Force back a number of years ago in the beginning days of Langley. He wrote about the strange craft he often spotted in the sky, sometimes on his way to work. And being an engineer, he kept a notebook and even calculated their speed. (High speeds many times faster than any craft on this Earth.)
Since my neighbor was working at Langley, I shared a little information from that book with him. He wasn’t really interested, and didn’t seem to believe in those things.
So when one of my books on aliens came out, I decided to give him a copy, expecting him to laugh it off. So about a week after I gave it to him, I was surprised when he came up to me and said it was the best book he had ever read and he couldn’t put it down.
Now here’s where it gets even stranger, after discussing the book a little, my neighbor got real quiet and serious and starting telling me about several experiences where he had been abducted by aliens!
Since you’ve read this far, it has occurred to me that I should probably share a little information with you about these books I’ve written, so here goes: