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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

A fictional story, The Nuclear Catastrophe

Now that I have offered to give away a free copy of my EBook, The Nuclear Catastrophe, on NUCLEAR AWARENESS DAY, (March 11, 2012)  the comments are heating up.  I have always said I wasn't anti nuclear.  I'm antinuclear accident.  And terrible accidents have happened.  They may happen again.  The novel I wrote portrayed the possibility of a worst case scenario.  And Kevin Meyerson said it best:
The way to decide whether to use nuclear energy is to decide if you can afford the consequences of a worst-case nuclear catastrophe.

Someone wrote: the book is not good because it didn't list all the good things nuclear power does for us (or something like that).  It's a fictional story of what might happen.  It doesn't have vampires or ghosts.  It's a story that you can either believe or not.  Someone wrote "it couldn't possibly happen".  Really?  Never say never.  I am quoting when I say, "what can happen, will happen".

But the point is........each person gets to make up their own mind.  We all can think and the idea is to get people thinking, making choices, being prepared.  Don't let other people make up your mind for you.  Get your free EBook copy on March 11, 2012 - NUCLEAR AWARENESS DAY and make your own decisions.

Monday, February 20, 2012


I have deemed March 11, 2012 NUCLEAR AWARENESS DAY. I am giving away a free download copy (for kindle readers) of my novel, "The Nuclear Catastrophe" (a fiction novel of suspense) on that day. Kindle readers are free for smartphones and PC devices. The free kindle reader can be downloaded at On March 11 my EBook fiction novel will be free to download at  Use this link:

  This fiction story was originally based on the San Onofre power plant though in the novel it is called San Mirado. The people of the surrounding area are caught in a worst case scenario. Let's hope this novel always remains fiction. But acceptance of nuclear power means that a worst case scenario is possible.  I am encouraging people to read what a worst case scenario would be like - and I can't imagine anyone condoning this.

On March 11, I am encouraging all Californians who haven't signed the petition to get the closing of our nuclear power plants,  to download it (, sign it, and mail it in to get this initiative on the ballot. Please encourage people to take the time to download the free kindle copy and read a fictional story of what might happen, as horrible as it is.