President Eisenhower’s Close Encounters

Book Cover: President Eisenhower's Close Encounters
Editions:Paperback - First Edition: $ 16.99 USD
ISBN: 978-1645830382
Size: 5.00 x 9.00 in
Pages: 318
Kindle - First Edition: $ 4.49 USD
ISBN: B08KFM46H3
Pages: 318
ePub - First Edition: $ 4.49 USD
ISBN: 9781005317324
Pages: 318

How do past U.S. presidents avoid global panic?

Create a secret agreement with visiting extraterrestrials.

This well-researched, nonfiction book will give you a detailed, logical look at the most exciting presidential saga ever.
Follow along with researcher/author Paul Blake Smith as he pieces together an explosive puzzle which reveals that President Eisenhower met with friendly aliens and that other American presidents likely renewed Ike's secret agreement with the visitors, to remain aloof to this day, to avoid triggering social chaos.

You won't see the UFO/ET topic the same way after this read.

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To get a better grip on the true ulterior reason for President Eisenhower’s suspicious Palm Springs trip and ET adventure, we have to backtrack first by zeroing in on the mid-summer of 1949 - by way of 2017...

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Its authenticity is debated, but in June of 2017, an anonymous source leaked a shocking 47-page briefing document to syndicated radio podcast host Heather Wade. The congenial and candid Miss Wade soon went public with the report and it initially drew a few skeptical detractors, while many researchers feel it was/is authentic, deserving of great, serious scrutiny. It's a detailed January 1989 Defense Intelligence Agency summary of the extraterrestrial situation in America, likely drawn up during the Ronald Reagan administration, likely intended for the incoming new team of President-Elect George H. W. Bush (the Vice President) and his top advisers. {See Appendix.} One date on an early page of the DIA report is January 1, 1989, when President Reagan was vacationing in – of all places – Palm Springs. A second date, listed for an “Operation Majestic-12 preliminary briefing” with the data enclosed, was for Sunday, January 8, when Reagan had just returned from this southern California trip (and recent ring finger surgery). He then received a National Security briefing promptly at 9:30 a.m. in the Oval Office on Monday the 9. Within an hour, Vice President Bush met with the affable chief executive, for an hour’s discussion, digitized records currently reveal. Was it about the shocking, top-secret DIA report?

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Reviews: KatherineP on Amazon wrote:

While the Pentagon is dishing out small bread crumbs of disclosure, author Paul Blake Smith has apparently been very busy researching President Eisenhower's actual involvement with Extraterrestrials. Like a puzzle, the pieces do come together and make for a fascinating read. This is a great book to add to your library, whether you are a history buff, a UFO buff, or both!

Robert Luca on Amazon wrote:

This is a Book you will not be able to put down. Paul has done an amazing amount of research to bring the facts of this story to life. You will be able to visualize exactly what took place as the pages of this book unfold before you. Highly recommend to all but especially to those of you that want to know what went on behind the scenes during the Eisenhower administration regarding our other worldly visitors.

B. Leonhard on Amazon wrote:

[Excerpt] A Page -Turner
Paul Blake Smith’s new book, Eisenhower’s Close Encounters, is a page-turner. Ever since I was a young girl, I have been a fan of alien lore and even recall reading Project Bluebook, which I checked out of the library when I was in grade school. I am familiar with many of Smith’s references but not to the depth he explores the topic of President Eisenhower’s encounters and agreements with friendly aliens observing and visiting our planet. He leaves no stone unturned as he follows a detailed timeline of events along with all the key people who participated in these encounters.


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Practical Tips for Every Author

Book Cover: Practical Tips for Every Author
Editions:Paperback - First Edition: $ 15.99 USD
ISBN: 978-1543148800
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Pages: 254
Hardcover - First Edition: $ 35.99 USD
ISBN: 978-1-365-71627-0
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Pages: 254
Kindle - First Edition: $ 4.49 USD
Pages: 254
ePub - First Edition: $ 4.49 USD
Pages: 254

'Practical Tips for Every Author' is chock-full of one hundred hints, tips, tricks, lessons, and many other facets of the writing industry in this all-in-one tutorial book.

Covering everything from grammar, punctuation, prose, style, parts of speech, and composition to marketing, formatting, tips on query letter writing, submission guideline help, assistance with the legal in and outs of publishing - to writing the dedication, blurb, acknowledgements—and everything in between!

Over three and a half years in the making, Steve Soderquist has stuffed one book full of everything the beginning author needs to get his or her book written, edited, formatted, sent to publishers or self-published, distributed and marketed. An extremely handy guide for the experienced author as well, to brush up on key components for all things book-related.

Add this helpful guide to your library today!

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There is a difference between getting to the practicality of the elements of English for writing, and just being flowery and overly-informative for the sake of stuffing words in with ten syllables each. Writers don’t need to be English professors, but they do need to have a strong grasp of the basics (and beyond.) Writing fiction is a creative process that uses non-fiction, English structure to tell the story. In other words, you must know how to tell your story, as much if not more so, what the story is about.

Reviews:Books-n-More wrote:

I picked this book up on a friends recommendation and I have to say this is the most complete guide for authors I've seen. When it says it covers everything from helping to create a book, writing tips and publishing and marketing, it meant it. A definite 5-star!

Katherine Smits wrote:

Practical Tips for Every Author, A Helpful Guide for the Practicing Author by Steve Soderquist is a comprehensive yet concise collection of writing wisdom, hard won over his many years as a writer, editor, and publisher. It covers all the basics of English language rules, but does it in a breezy style that is fun to read. Craft books run the risk of turning the art of writing into a mechanical formula more suited to an engineering class. This book keeps the reader turning pages with useful tips delivered with quips and anecdotes that are spot on and clever. The author also covers the structure of the novel, editing, the query, marketing and much more.

He also understands the writer’s journey from beginner to published author and offers support and encouragement. When you finish Practical Tips for Every Author, you know you can succeed as a writer and you’ll have the tools to do so.

NewbieWriter on Amazon wrote:

I've read this book, and I've re-read this book, and I'll read it again because this book has many helpful tips for every writer, especially the new writer, such as nyself. A great book for your library.


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