Category Archives: Fateful Eyes

HUFFPOST: History Tells Us What Will Happen Next With Brexit And Trump

HUFFPOST: History Tells Us What Will Happen Next With Brexit And Trump In my own book “Fateful Eyes” I am describing the seeds of a dystopian future sown during an “affluent and innocent era of plenty” (circa 2000 – 2005), … Continue reading

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Separated at birth, reunited on Facebook

This amazing story appeared on CNN here Separated at birth, reunited on Facebook (CNN) — Anais Bordier and Samantha Futerman have the same laugh and the same freckled cheeks. They wear their hair the same way and have since they … Continue reading

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Plane buffs captured Flight 370 in images before disappearance

This intriguing mystery with MH370 will certainly create a lot of stories in the years to come, notwithstanding our awful feelings about the apparent heavy loss of life. One of the most fascinating stories has appeared on CNN, here. The … Continue reading

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18 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently

Really awesome… If you ever wrote something (like a book, or anything, really), you will visualize this very fast. Published in Huffington Post here 18 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently Creativity works in mysterious and often paradoxical ways. Creative … Continue reading

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Falluja’s Fall Stuns Marines Who Fought There

The following article has been published in the New York Times here It also corresponds to many sections (for example, page 409) of my book Fateful Eyes Falluja’s Fall Stuns Marines Who Fought There Adam Banotai was a 21-year-old sergeant … Continue reading

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Dystopia in the Present

Originally posted on StreetWraith Press:
by: Lynn Perretta This week on Streetwraith DotNet, we are taking on dystopian fiction. While most dystopias focus on the future or other worlds, I wanted to highlight a work that explores some of the ideas…

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After Six Million Miles in the Air, Few Complaints

Posted in the New York Times here After Six Million Miles in the Air, Few Complaints Chris Burton, the vice president for global sponsorships at the technology company SAP, in Beijing. I HAVE traveled my entire career, and now I … Continue reading

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