Two of the biggest complaints I receive about my books is the grammar and realism. I apologize about the grammar, really I do. I just can’t afford a professional editor and I do have my problems. However, I do believe that my plots are good enough that many will enjoy them, in spite of the errors. Unrealistic as they may be, they do provoke thoughts on real things.
As for for them being unbelievable, I used to agree with my critiques, some of which are in my own family. However, these days, in light of what has happened in Washington, D.C., maybe those who call my stories implausible owe me an apology.
Well, maybe my books do go beyond reality. After all, a golf ball being thrown through walls? People defying gravity. I must admit that sort of thing just doesn’t happen. On the other hand, with all the new technology, who would lose a big commercial airplane? No doubt in my mind, had I written a story of a disappearing jumbo jet a couple of decades ago, it too, would be called ridiculous.
I don’t write this to make light of any such a disappearance, but I spent nine years in the Marines working on navigation equipment. I know a little bit about it. I understand how it works. What I don’t understand is how anyone can let a couple hundred people walk onto a big commercial airliner and disappear, apparently forever.
By the way, if you are looking for an unbelievable book, one without any cursing or adult passages, you just might want to check my author’s page:
Note: there is an underscore between story and teller, though some might not notice it.
Also, you can log onto Amazon.com and look for Rhodes under author. I would prefer you use my author’s page. There are not as many distractions there.
My best seller is “The Prepper.” The Mitch Series is good too. “Mitch” and “The Prepper” are both almost realistic books. The Floater Group and the Ring Series contain the books that are well outside the realistic. I do have one book that is totally Christian, though Catholics might not like it. If you are an atheist, you still have my permission read it; I won’t mind. I promise, the book is not meant to convince anyone of anything. I wrote but for two purposes: to entertain and to provoke a little thought. Oh, by the way, there are a few Christians that have read it and found it and thought it thought provoking as well.