Here are a few reasons to buy my latest novels:
1. You have been reading NoFakeNews for many years and know the agendas and causes I am trying to spotlight for people.
2. The medical-industrial empire is out of control. They have been completely overrun by their handlers, the pharmaceutical-industrial complex. As long as these dangerous cartels are allowed to prosper and go unchallenged, there will never be cures for any diseases. My novels introduce important concepts to the general public. The Target List, for example, is filled with plenty of truthful information that readers will digest and think about long after finishing the story. My other stories have bits of truth sprinkled in that will challenge readers’ beliefs about what’s happening in society.
3. It’s cheaper than going to the movies. Priced at $0.99, my e-books are low-cost, high-reward entertainment options for readers.
4. It’s for a good cause. I will use all proceeds to help pay for expenses involved with running NoFakeNews and book marketing. Help me inform the world about the dangerous practices of organized medicine and the pharmaceutical industry.
On December 31, 2019, a novel coronavirus was mysteriously contracted by several people at a food market in Wuhan, China. The illness rapidly spread to different countries and eventually across Europe and the United States.
After a short period, world health regulatory agencies warned the global community that nobody had a natural immunity to the mysterious virus, and there would be massive casualties.
Dr. Julie Reiner, a chiropractor, and Donald Barnes, a lab technologist both from New Jersey, meet in New York City at The Event in October 2019, a simulated exercise about a world pandemic caused by a novel coronavirus. The two part-time crisis actors form a close romantic relationship along with a strong suspicion that a brand-new infectious disease rapidly spreading throughout the world is a hoax and mysteriously tied to the simulated event they worked.
While most people in the world remain paralyzed by fear from the nonexistent virus, a shadow government is busy at work, behind the scenes, preparing a diabolical vaccine for every living person on the planet.
Plandemic is a medical science fiction thriller about a global psyop that has the entire world convinced an infectious disease is killing the planet’s population. The fake event has the potential to permanently destabilize world economies and forever change social paradigms that have existed through the eons of time. Will the planet’s citizens wake up in time to figure out what is happening?
The Visitors — A Novella
Henry Dalton awakens on a Saturday morning seated alongside his longtime friend and law colleague, Roberta Stratton. Surrounded by shards of broken glass and wearing blood-stained clothes, the two attorneys are disoriented and suffering from time and memory loss.
Unbeknownst to Henry, eight hours earlier, he was abruptly awakened during the night by a home invader. Unsure of what was happening, he made his way through the darkened house armed with a 9mm handgun.
Seconds later, Henry was standing face to face with a mysterious shadowy figure. In a moment of panic, he fired several rounds from the weapon wounding the uninvited guest.
After switching on the lights, Henry learned the visitor was not human and not alone.
Set in the backwoods of Upstate South Carolina, Henry Dalton is enmeshed with the visitors — an alien race of beings who have traveled a considerable distance to reveal secrets that have vital connections to his family life.
Aftermath – A Novella
After witnessing a brilliant flash of light in the December evening sky, Kyle Wilson is stranded in a dark and different world from the one he previously remembered.
Automobiles, cell phones, computers, and simple flashlights are inoperable because of a mysterious occurrence.
As Kyle attempts to make sense of what has happened to his community located in the Upstate of South Carolina, he encounters strong resistance from local law enforcement officers.
In the aftermath of the crisis, Kyle and his next-door neighbor, Angel McClure, set out to uncover the incredible truth about a massive, impenetrable barrier rumored to be located 30 miles outside the city. It’s a barrier that separates one reality from another.
A novella by John Reizer
On his twelfth birthday, Shane Simmons stared through the lens of a small telescope observing the illumination of the full Moon. The view was spectacular; he saw the crater-laden surface with perfect clarity. That was until Shane watched the Earth’s satellite disappear right in front of his eyes.
The Moon’s disappearance was something the 12-year-old would never forget for the remainder of his life, and the rest of the world would never be able to remember.
What happened to the Moon, and why couldn’t people recall the fact it once existed in Earth’s sky?
Why did the entire world’s population, except for Shane, have a false memory about one of the most recognizable objects previously known to human beings?
A novella by John Reizer
In the year 2036, Earth faces a natural disaster that alters modern society. The world is thrown into chaos and becomes devoid of the most advanced technology. The United States, China, Russia, and other superpowers are quickly reduced in strength and prominence.
The survivors are determined not to repeat the mistakes of their ancestors as they methodically rebuild society from the ground up. A New World Government is created and runs the planet; it has outlawed the existence of sovereign countries and all acts of war.
As the global community enjoys world peace for the first time in Earth’s history, humans are suddenly contacted by an extraterrestrial race of beings called the Tresantarians. The alien species is mysteriously connected to the people of Earth and immediately offers humanity a fantastic gift. But there’s a catch, and the people of Earth are about to uncover a mind-bending secret about the extraterrestrials that will forever change the way humans view life, the Tresantarians, and most importantly themselves.
Black Rock Observatory, in Tryon, North Carolina, is a privately-owned radio telescope searching for extraterrestrial life. The facility’s giant satellite dish hits pay dirt on New Year’s Eve 2024 as a graduate student, Ronald Phillips records a strange alien message from a distant galaxy.
A press conference ensues, and the country is informed of the discovery through national television. The recording uploads quickly on Black Rock’s website, and the alien message goes viral. Public reaction is enthusiastic, and the observatory gains publicity through news and social media outlets.
After the recording’s release, many people become infected by a mystery illness. The disease causes tumors in the brains of its victims and noticeable changes in their personalities. Some of the stricken are interviewed by two neurosurgeons, Drs. Kevin Dyar and James Ketterly. Their research leads them to an unthinkable conclusion; the cause of the disease is connected to the observatory.
In a race against time, the neurosurgeons desperately search for a cure to an alien plague that has originated 2.2 billion light-years from Earth.
The Target List
WAND is a revolutionary new medical tool that cures diseased tissues in human beings without the use of drugs or surgery. Ten years in design and production, the technology has a 95% success rate in curing most forms of cancer in animals and human beings.
The brainchild of 48-year-old Harvard Medical School graduate, Clyde Daniel, WAND (Wave-Altering-Nanoparticle-Disrupter), is going to move the profession of medicine out of the dark ages and into something that closely resembles science fiction.
That is, unless the pharmaceutical industry, which stands to lose billions of dollars in lost drug revenues, can intervene with its hired assassins and destroy the technology and its team of creators before it ever has a chance to see the light of day.
The Target List is a medical science fiction thriller, a real pause-resister that will have listeners hooked from the first chapter through the very end of the book.