Truth Is Better Than Fiction ~ Publication On Hold


Publication of Mystery of the Sturbridge Keys is now on hold, while alterationsfront-cover are being made. Originally innovative concepts were presented at such a fast pace, it left readers with their heads spinning. The truth of accurate history need not be distracted by flights of fancy. The truth itself, the truth about how Christmas really came to be, and how Noah and his sons repopulate the world, is itself utterly amazing, backed by biblical and ancient historical references. In this case, the truth is extensively more wonder-filled than any lesser attempt to draw the reader in could possibly be. I will post again when the revised copy is perfected.

Thank you all for the tremendous success of the début of this book. There were two book signings, one at Barnes and Noble Bookstores at the Shoppe at Blackstone Valley in Millbury, MA, where 20 copies of Mystery of the Sturbridge Keys sold out; and The Bird Store And More, which was another success in the month of December 2016.

This time the re-release of Mystery of the Sturbridge Keys, expected to be out in the spring, will be out in time for major book markets to be able to order this book in time for Christmas 2017. Anyone who wants to know the real origin of Christmas will find this to be a must-read book. The subtitle of this book is, “Christmas Unlocked.” The accurate ancient history of Christmas and holiday traditions will be very enlightening for all who have an interest in this particular holiday, and wish to know how the holiday’s customs and popular traditions really got its start.

back-cover-copyPoignant to today’s critical times of a resurgence of retro-racism, one of the themes of Mystery of the Sturbridge Keys is, There is only one race, the human race.

Brie will remain the female protagonist of the book, in a world where the role of women in today’s society is challenged all over the world.

The quote by Plutarch is applicable to this book:

“To be ignorant of the lives of the most celebrated men of antiquity is to continue in a state of childhood all our days.”