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Robert Clayton Author- SEA SPECIES & THE ENVOY

SEA SPECIES

by Robert Clayton

FUTURE HISTORY OF HUMAN EVOLUTION

VOLUME 1 OF EVOLUTION RIVER SERIES

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Evolution never stops, and the novel SEA SPECIES puts us on the launch pad of a quantum leap in human evolution.  We have only to read the newspaper to see IT’S HAPPENING NOW!  Will we be assimilated or destroyed?   Will the new species dominate and enslave or will intelligence and tolerance come with the evolution?

 

THE ENVOY

by Robert Clayton

FUTURE HISTORY OF HUMAN EVOLUTION

VOLUME 2 OF EVOLUTION RIVER SERIES

EVOLUTIONRIVER.COM

An alien civilization, Homakuwa, emerges from under the sea, and shockingly, it is not from another planet, but evolved from humans.  THE ENVOY takes us through the next evolutionary step as civilization is almost destroyed, but a new Prophet and Homakuwa save humankind.  Homakuwa designs new lifeforms to live in space, and expands through the Solar System as it evolves.

ROBERT CLAYTON

After working as an engineer in mining and associated industries for almost thirty years, Bob Clayton moved into algae aquaculture and algae for biofuel.  He designed, built and managed a small demonstration plant in Arizona for four years.  Clayton continuously worked out of the norm leading to new and innovative designs for equipment and construction.  This “Out of the box” thinking is apparent in his writing.

Having lived in Tucson, Arizona for more than fifty years, he’s a true desert rat.  Clayton’s hobbies include cooking, reading, hiking, his 1929 Mercedes kit car, and old firearms.  He and Linda have been married more than forty years and are going strong.  His daughter and her family are the lights of his life.

“SEA SPECIES has an absorbing story line, which takes today’s scientifically possible across the line to the evolutionary unthinkable  A compelling read, I hated to put it down!  It’s an incomparable blend of Sci-fi and contemporary mystery/suspense.  Spell binding!”- COL. S.C. Volgyi, USA (Ret)

“Fascinating!  A departure into evolution that returns man to the sea.  The author displays enough scientific knowledge to be convincing.  Thought provoking.”- R.E. Strange, Retired CEO

“SEA SPECIES by R. L. Clayton is a fast-paced technology driven, reality based thriller that will keep you turning the pages to see what happens next!  This interesting look at one possible pathway for potential human evolution; gives readers a glimpse into a radical adaption of not only mankind but other flora and fauna to create a synergistic relationship with the ever-changing environment.  Using the aid of recent technical advances that are the building blocks of life, scientist could create entirely new species.”- Katherine Nelson, Author and Arizona Community Connections Magazine, Publisher.

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Jennifer Connors- Historical Romance Fiction

Jennifer Connors- Historical Romance Fiction

http://www.JenniferConnors.com

J. Connors Publishing

The Ginny series:

A LESSON IN PASSION

A LESSON IN FORGIVENESS

A LESSON IN PATIENCE

A LESSON IN FRIENDSHIP

A LESSON IN PRESUMPTION

A LESSON IN TRUST

A LESSON IN SACRIFICE

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Abingdon Theatre Company- Presents THE GOOD BOY by Michael Bonnabel

The Good Boy
written and performed by
Michael Bonnabel
directed by Darin Anthony
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The Good Bay is the humorous and heartwarming tale of Michael Bonnabel’s struggle to gain independence from his large, loving and complicated family, led by deaf parents. Told in sign, speech and song, Bonnabel explores the weight of the adult responsibilities he faced as a young boy, as well as his yearning to bond with his emotionally distant father.

April 26 – May 19, 2013
Wed/Thurs 7pm, Fri/Sat 8pm, Sat/Sun 2pm
in the Dorothy Strelsin Theatre
 
Conversation with the Artists
Tuesday, April 30
 
Sign Interpreted Performances for the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Community
Laurie Nash, Interpreter

Friday, April 26 at 8pm
Saturday, April 27 at 2pm
Wednesday, May 8 at 7pm
Saturday, May 18 at 2pm
(request Center Section)
 
FOR TICKETS, CALL: 866-811-4111
or order online at:www.abingdontheatre.org

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