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Reviews of Next History

Recent reviews… What a Find – Absolutely AWESOME book! I was looking for escape fiction, and while the book provided that, it is so much more. It made me think, and it is changing my life. If you want to know the deepest secrets of the universe, this book won’t...
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Underneath Next History

What Is Next History Made Of? Next History, what’s it about? Alternative history, alternative futures, contemporary fantasy, epic science fiction… how would you categorize Next History? The narrative takes on themes around the nature of reality, of God and the Devil, of supernatural beings we sometimes understand as angels, and...
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Next History First Review

Gets to the Heart of the Story Next History: The Girl Who Hacked Tomorrow In Next History, history runs both forwards and backwards. It’s characters tell a story of themselves but in doing so set the stage for a much larger story that includes everyone that ever was or will...
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Why Next History?

Why Have a Book Called Next History? A single question drove me to write Next History: The Girl Who Hacked Tomorrow. What if we found a completely accurate history of our beginnings, an unbiased record that was not passed down verbally, not reimagined in every telling? I started looking at...
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Next History and Pope Benedict

Matthew Fox on Benedict’s Papal Legacy and why it makes Next History relevant Recently, NPR’s Amy Goodman interviewed excommunicated priest and author Matthew Fox on the legacy of Pope Benedict for the Catholic Church. Some of Fox’s remarks go to the heart of why I wrote Next History: The Girl...
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I would recommend… an intriguing novel

June, 2012 By Keith Clarke, Bowland Forest, UK, Gliding Club for Sailplane and Gliding Magazine, June-July, 2012 Angle of Attack is a… tale of flying, drugs, murder and mayhem. Gliding instructor Cicero Clay, fresh from prison, is desperately trying to stay alive and on the right side of the law…...
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Featured on “That’s Books”

January 9th, 2012 By Martin Scholes Hi, Lee. Wow. What a read! Had me glued to my Kindle reader! I have featured your novel on my book review site That’s Books. I was interested in the location of the story, Santa Clara. Last September at the age of 54 I...
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Lance Wins a Prize

Hey – Lance’s tale, Unfinished Business and Burning Greed, received an honorable mention in the 2010 Art Affair Annual Literary Contests in the Western Short Story category. (Sound of galloping hooves to your nearest bookstore, except alas the series has yet to find a publisher, oh well.) Go Lance! Tweet...
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