Interview with John Reizer, Author of Frequency

04 Feb 2020

What can you tell us about your new release, Frequency?

My latest novella, Frequency is a science fiction story that takes place in the year 2025 in North Carolina.

The story is centered on a fictional radio telescope that records an alien message from a distant galaxy. Shortly after the discovery is announced to the public through a national press conference and uploaded on the observatory’s website, people become affected by a mysterious illness that sweeps through the United States. The disease creates brain tumors in those infected and drastically alters their personalities.

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As the story progresses, two neurosurgeons investigating the epidemic come to the amazing realization that the disease is somehow connected to the alien radio message and the observatory.

I believe readers will enjoy Frequency because of how the novella blends fiction with real science. It was a lot of fun to write the book and I am hopeful science fiction fans will find it entertaining.

What or who inspired you to become an author?

I have always enjoyed writing since I was a young boy. At age twelve, I was on a baseball team that captured a world championship at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

The experience inspired me to write a book about the team and our accomplishments. It was published in my freshman year of high school and I have been in love with writing ever since.

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