I will start to promote this more actively over the next week, but you get to know it here first. My latest book, The Alien Agendas: A Speculative Analysis of Those Visiting Earth, is now avaiable in Ebook and Paperback form. For those of you waiting for the audiobook version, I can tell you that we have an excellent reader currently working on it and I expect that ready very soon as well.
The paperback link is here.
Ebook link is here.
As many of you might know, this book grew out of a lecture of the same title I gave earlier this year. I was intrigued enough by the subject to decide that I would write a follow-up booklet based on it. However, that project continued to grow with each time I sat down to write it. Originally intended to be no more than 65 or 70 pages, it ended up at 245 pages. It’s not a massive tome, but certainly no longer a booklet.
As I mention in the Introduction, this was a book that goes into some wild directions, at least compared with much of my prior work. I call it a speculative analysis for a reason. Stepping into some deep waters of admittedly unconfirmed data — we are after all largely talking about abduction and encounter cases — I tried my best to even-handedly look at that data and draw what conclusions I feel are warranted.
I think it’s a good read, and I certainly tried my best to provide as much valuable information and analysis for the reader that I could.
Funny, for this book I didn’t bother with soliciting book reviews from anyone. I had that done in my prior large books, but here I opted out. The book stands or