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Eugene Allen Wilson

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Eugene Allen Wilson last won the day on March 26 2015

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    Somewhere in Newport News, Virginia
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    Writing, computers and computer technology, astrophysics and astronomy

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  1. Imagine a story…a dramatic story based on one of the most poignant issues found all societies and cultures. Since the dawn of human civilization, this issue has been the principle cause behind numerous uprisings, conflicts and wars throughout human history. Within this nation alone, tens of thousands of people have, within the past few decades, risen up in civil rebellion, mounted protests movements and fought all the way to the highest court in the land in their attempt to resolve this troubling issue. Dear reader, I invite you to experience a story whose central theme is based on this issue. Two people, one driven by unconditional love and the other by murderous hatred, form the foundation for this story. Along with encountering various alien planetary civilizations, you will experience high suspense, lethal alien technology and social-political intrigue on a galactic scale. At the culmination of this four-hundred-year story, the entire inhabited galaxy will be experiencing its deadliest conflict. Whether this galactic conflict is resolved or not will hinge upon how this same ongoing issue, the cry for justice, is finally confronted. Dear reader, an amazing journey into the cosmos awaits you. ____________________ You may download your e-book copy of Deadly Artifact ($3.99) from the following: www.amazon.com or www.barnesandnoble.com website: www.eugeneallenwilson.com email: eugeneallenwilson@yahoo.com twitter: https://twitter.com/Vausteau Also, please check out these e-book presentations: Youtube video#1: Youtube video#2:
  2. Deadly Artifact A new and original science fiction adventure novel by Eugene Allen Wilson (400 years in the making) Greetings everyone, I wish to present to you a story about three urban high school teenagers; Vernon Clark, Ronald Clark and Victor Williams. These teenagers are in serious trouble with the law. You see, two Air Force military officers have alleged that these teenagers stole a military grade communications device. These teens, if caught, could face a stiff prison sentence. Actually, the teenagers are in possession of two devices. The first is a highly advanced device that establish two-way communications with people on other worlds. The second device in their possession is a weapon, a weapon that is inconceivably more powerful than any other weapon, conventional or nuclear, known to earth science. In time, worldwide political turmoil erupts due to what these teens finally do. Thus, the potential for all out thermonuclear war is high. You can see why these teenagers are in serious trouble. Things get worse, though. Two powerful, yet opposing alien forces are coming to earth to retrieve these devices. The outcome of this situation sets into motion a series of events that will, within several centuries, push the entire inhabited galaxy toward its deadliest conflict. You may it astonishing that this entire situation was set into motion by a murder that occurred on September 17, 1860. Prepare to experience science fiction adventure in a manner that few people would have dared to imagine possible. The eBook version of Deadly Artifact ($3.99) can be downloaded from the following sites: www.amazon.com or www.barnesandnoble.com www.eugeneallenwilson.com https://www.facebook.com/eugene.wilson.5477 twitter: https://twitter.com/Vausteau email: eugeneallenwilson@yahoo.com
  3. DEADLY ARTIFACT: A Science Fiction Novel By Eugene Allen Wilson FINAL SCENE OF CHAPTER 35 They both laugh. He pulls a folded sheet of paper out of his right pants pocket and hands it to her. “What’s that?” She asks with surprise. “It’s a poem I wrote for you,” he replies with noticeable glee. “When did you start writing poetry?” “Just before I begin putting those love notes in your hallway locker. Until you confronted me, I was going to put this in your locker too. So, I just kept it. It’s kind of old, but I think you’ll like it.” She removes the paper from his hand and unfolds it. She notices that the paper is yellowed and wrinkled. She begins reading it. If I tell you how happy you make me, would you be my girl? Would you doubt me if I told you that you are my world? Could I be the man to dwell in the recesses of your mind? Is it true that what I feel for you will last for all time? I feel as though I am standing in the cold of night Knocking on your door, shivering with fright Even on a warm summer day, I could never know If you care for me, your love can make this so. A relationship can be fraught with uncertainties, I agree. I will strive to be open and honest. On this, you will see. Before you, I was a man searching aimlessly throughout the world. My search for happiness will end only if you become my girl. Your voice is truly a soothing melody. The warmth of your touch is my fondest wish. The beauty of your smile is such a joy to see. To walk beside you, will this ever be? What can I do to let you know what I truly mean? With heart in hand, I offer you my love. This is no dream. Your answer will determine where I stand in this world. Therefore, I ask you this fervent question. Will you? Will you please be my girl? After reading the poem, she looks up and sees the eagerness in his eyes. “Yes…I will be your girl.” For a few brief seconds, each exchanges an impassioned gaze with the other. From farther away, Vernon feels that the moment is right. He begins playing a 45-speed record. After turning up the volume loud, he opens the front door wide. Maurice and Eunice break out in a short laugh as they recognize Lamont Dozier’s highly popular and heartrending love ballad, Trying To Hold On To My Woman. As the song progresses, Maurice looks into Eunice’s eyes with one fervent desire. “May I please have this dance?” His voice is warm and inviting. “Yes,” is her reply. Maurice encircles his arms around her waist. She, in turn, encircles her arms around his neck. Closing their eyes, each buries their head into the other’s shoulder. Eagerly, Maurice takes this rare opportunity to slow dance with the only woman whom he desperately wants to hold on to for the rest of his life. In turn, Eunice feels secure in the arms of the only man she truly loves. For the remaining duration of the song, no one or nothing else is of any concern to either of them.
  4. I am quite sure that many of us have heard this before. The challenges facing minority authors, black authors in particularly seem overwhelming. Like many black people, I grew up watching many of those early science fiction movies and television programs. The Day The Earth Stood Still, They Came From Outer Space, Lost In Space and my all time favorite…Star Trek (The Original Series) were my favorites. I never bothered with diversity questions until I entered high school during the early 1970s. Like many teens during those integration years, I became deeply affected by the lack of diversity in subsequent science fiction movies and television programs. I loved the original 1977 Star Wars movie. I saw it 22 times over a two-year period. Something grabbed me and has not let go to this day. I believe that I am not alone when I say that Star Wars, despite the bad physics, impacted an entire generation and beyond. Yet, that obvious question came up. Where were the black people in Star Wars? I mean, let's face it, if your entire galaxy is populated, then there has to be more black people than Lando Calrissian. Even when Stargate changed from an African/Egyptian origin to a European/Ancients origin, I could still watch the show. I found out that complaining about the lack of diversity in books, television and movies does little, if any good. So, like many other writers of color, I wrote my own science fiction novel. Researching, writing and publishing a novel, though, is the “easy” part. Getting your novel out to the readership is a whole different ball game. To make a long story short, I am using a variety of methods including Facebook, a personal website, blogs and other resources to get my work out. I knew, from day one, that it was not going to be easy. I, like many authors of color, knew of the serious challenges that we face. I stumbled onto this website a few hours earlier and liked the discussion forum. I feel encouraged as I read the experiences of fellow writers, as well reading the great business tips on self-publishing and selling. Peace. Facebook Page Twitter Page Web Site E-Book Video (4.40 minutes)
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