The Pleiadian Mission

Have you heard about this?  I’m currently reading the book by Randolph Winters.  It’s about a man who has been contacted by aliens.  A lot.

To top it off, the Pleiadians have told Eduard Albert Meier (known as Billy Meier) the history of our Earth (the way it really happened, since they witnessed most of it).  They allowed him to photograph their beamships as well as travel to their planet, explained travel at hyperspeed, mentioned the other alien races already living on our planet, as well as some of the intelligent life out in our galaxy as well as other galaxies.

If you are fascinated with UFOs or aliens, this book is for you.  If you are a history buff, this book will amaze you with the information they shared.  If you are a Christian, this book will either open your eyes or have you question your beliefs.

I found that not only did this book answer questions for me but also brought up more questions.  In 6th grade, I asked my teacher, Sister Mary Margaret, ‘If Adam and Eve were the first people on Earth, where did the cave men come from?’  She didn’t answer.  I never found anything in our books at the time or since then that explained that but I did discover there were two versions of the creation in the bible.  For a long time, I let that stand as my answer, but now I know better.

Like I said, I’m still reading this fascinating book and I’m coming up with a lot of great story ideas.  You can find it on Amazon.com.  Read it.  You’ll come away with a new attitude about our role in the universe.

Status Update

I know I had planned to keep up my blog but life got in the way. I started a new job in March which took away some of my writing time. I managed to finish a script based on a manuscript I had written called The Abduction. I had written the manuscript back in 1998. The premise is a young man is mistaken for a criminal and abducted by aliens. His only way back to Earth is to rescue the father of the beautiful bounty hunter who abducted him, but falls in love with her in the process.

That manuscript went through a lot of changes over the years (along with a lot of rejections). I had entered 16 contests with it. The last four contests had the same results. Two out of three judges said it was great, but the third judge (in each case) gave me low scores for the same items I received high scores on. How do you fix that?
Normally, after each contest, I would examine the comments and look at the manuscript to see where I could improve it. Then I would edit the manuscript and resubmit it to another contest for feedback. Well, after the fourth contest which had the same results as the three previous, I quit submitting it to contests. I then wrote a script based on the manuscript because one editor said that my manuscript read like a script.

Well, after entering that script in a contest last year, I was told that I came close to finaling. So, I took the comments of the judges and went over the script, making corrections. I re-entered it in the same contest this year (Romancing the Script screenwriting contest). I finaled in that contest and went on to receive third place. Yea! Now I have a nice badge to put on my website.

Shortly after entering that contest, I discovered two more contests for scripts: Script Pipeline and Page Awards. I entered both contests. I didn’t final in the Script Pipeline contest, but I heard from the Page Awards that my script, The Abduction, went from Round One to Round Two. The Quarter Finalists will be announced on July 15, 2011. I am so excited about this news!

In the meantime, I’m learning how to juggle my writing time with a full-time job, my AVON business, and dealing with canning zucchini relish, squash, tomatoes and other vegetables that need my immediate attention. I have managed to work on my sequel to The Abduction called Revenge. I’m actually writing it as a script as well as editing my rough draft into a manuscript.

Wish me luck!

UFOs Anyone?

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In my last post, I mentioned my first sighting or close encounter with a UFO. It was exciting and scary at the same time. Not too long after that, I saw my second UFO. I was with my husband and our three children, driving over the Pensacola Bay Bridge around 5 p.m. in the early fall of 1989. It was still daylight with a clear sky. A huge light hung in the sky above us. The bridge was three miles long, so this light was stationary the entire ride.

We ruled out that it was a plane because it was low in the sky, and the light was larger and brighter than any plane we had seen. During this time of the year, other people reported seeing UFOs in the vicinity of Pensacola, Pensacola Beach, and the surrounding areas. There are several military bases in the panhandle of Florida, so I thought they may be interested in what was going on at the bases.

My husband had his own encounter with one while patrolling the National Seashore where he worked. This UFO hovered over the Sound and had portholes with lights. As my husband observed this, the object took off at an incredible speed and disappeared.

Too many people encountered these objects during the span of two years for it to be a hoax, although one of the residents of Gulf Breeze turned his “sightings” into a hoax, which made the national news. Every now and then, Gulf Breeze, Florida is mentioned when several sightings are mentioned from all over the country.

I sometimes wonder whether these aliens look just like us, or perhaps are more human-like than they are depicted in the movies. I know there have been abductions reported, but there is also a lot of controversy surrounding those abductions. I vaguely remember two incidents that were made into movies. One, I believe, was called “Fire In The Sky.” I can’t remember the other one, but I believe Shelley Winters was in the movie.

I saw “Fire In The Sky.” I was shaken after watching it. I sometimes think about how I would react if I came in contact with beings from another planet. If they looked human, and I didn’t know they were aliens, I probably would treat them like any other human. But if they didn’t look human, I don’t know if I would stay and communicate with them, or run like hell.

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Hello world!

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This is my new blog on writing sci-fi romance as well as paranormal romance that’s on the edge of reality.  While I take the time to learn this new program, I hope you visit my blog and website and follow me on my journey as a writer seeking publication.

I’m currently submitting my first manuscript, “The Abduction,” to agents and editors, while I’m editing my first screenplay based on the manuscript.  I hope to have the screenplay finished by the end of this month.

The Abduction is about a young man abducted by aliens from the only home he has ever known and discovers the home he has always wanted when he falls in love with the beautiful alien bounty hunter who wanted him dead.  The theme of this story is “home is where the heart is.”

The story takes place in the Vaedra System which is in the Milky Way Galaxy. ( I hope to have images of space in my blog occasionally.)  This is the beginning of the Vaedra Chronicles, a series of stories that occur in the Vaedra System.  Main characters from the first book will have appearances in other books, but the secondary characters will eventually have their own stories.

My second manuscript, Revenge, is a first draft.  I hope to work on that as well this month.  Revenge is about a reformed criminal who falls in love with a woman seeking revenge against her brother’s killer, only to discover he is the one who killed him.  I’m still working on the theme for this story, but I’m leaning towards “life is full of second chances.”[ad name=”Google Adsense-2″]