Science Fiction: Gaining a New Perspective with Author William Griggs
I ordinarily do not read science fiction. My youngest brother’s preference for such books and his different responses to ‘normal’ situations clouded my viewpoint over the years. I saw science fiction as “way-out, crazy stuff” until I met Cider Enterprises Book Club Conference Call’s next featured author. William M. Griggs, author of “The Megalight Connection,” has changed my entire perspective on science fiction and the value it has in teaching from a different paradigm.
Join our provocative discussion on Thursday, October 15, 2015 at 7 PM (CST) on the Cider Enterprises Book Club Conference Call number (218) 339-9469, access code 20112#. Bill, as he prefers to be called, will enlighten us with The Megalight Connection, the science fiction story he wrote twenty-five years ago but still is pertinent today. Come listen to him read short passages of action and intimacy. His vivid characters came alive in living color for me. The action filled chapters went by rapidly and I found this book hard to put down.
October is a month when paranormal stories are more frequently promoted. The Megalight Connection story is ‘beyond the scope of normal scientific understanding,’ yet it may aide in understanding greater truths about us as spirit-beings. This book has all my favorite ingredients for a story worth reading– an Overcomer sharing how they made it through; thought provoking plots and outcomes that are believable; and authenticity at the heart of the story. Are there real life implications beyond science fiction? Whatever your perspective, call into the Cider Enterprises Book Club Conference Call to share them and ask Bill any questions you may have. After all, this is your chance for meaningful conversation. I’ll be listening for you.
Queen Hostess Claudette Redic
Owner of Cider Enterprises
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