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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

If you're in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area and need something do this weekend, come to the My co-author and friend, Larry Welch will be unveiling our new book: Gateway: Pioche

June 2016—Stanford, Ca. GRADUATION for Muki, Abdul, Larry and Judith. Six years of cramming for finals and pursuing double masters degrees has finally paid off. It's time for them enjoy the fruits of their labor. A trip to Las Vegas and the blackjack tables before entering the word of commerce and research.

Their good fortune at the tables doesn't go unnoticed by the local mob boss, Nathan Rizzo, who decides, What money comes to Vegas, stays in Vegas. Instead of enjoying their winnings, the graduates find themselves in a hair-raising, life-threatening pursuit through the sleepy town of Pioche, Nevada. They find themselves northeast of the town at an abandoned military complex. Not wanting to tempt fate, they decide to stay put for a day and explore the complex.

What and who they find could unravel truths surrounding the most debated conspiracies of the past—who shot John Fitzgerald Kennedy, what happened to Judas Iscariot and did America really land on the moon in 1969. And of more consequence, will Judith be able to purge her families ties to the Third Reich?

Prepare for the most riveting tale of time travel!
I will also have both copies of Ocuupation available. That includs the controversial cover.
Shirts and posters will be available.
Hope to see you all there. Of course, if you have a mate, I highly suggest you do something nice for them before dragging them to this exciting event. Believe me, it will pay off in the long run.
Good Times!


  1. Okay, Jeff, I'm hooked on the premise and look forward to reading the new one soon. By the way, I have to click on "no comments" to be able to leave a comment. Maybe that message could be more like "Would you like to leave a comment?" :-)

  2. Well, hell. It could only happen to me. Sounds like a song in the making. Nah. Last time I sang, I brought the house down. I didn't mind the $5,000 I spent replacing the roof joists, it was all the neighbors packing up and leaving that left me in a quandary. Look like a scene from "Independence Day." Oh well, that must not be music connoisseurs. Hmm. Ingrates. Moving on.

    Perhaps I'll send another letter to Mr. Gates and discuss this appalling issue.

    Good times!

  3. Hmm. One should not post comments with a full belly of coffee or missing glasses. Let's see. Look should "looked", and that should be "they must not..." Much better. Time for a second cup and contact installation.


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