About The Author
Best selling author, Gene Stiles, a Michigan native, moved to Simi Valley, CA in 1963. His first publication was at age eleven when the Los Angles Daily News (then the Valley News and Green Sheet) and the L.A. Times both wrote articles on a young poet selling his work to buy a Mother’s Day present.
He lived much of the story in his first novel To Walk the Winding Road – A Story Of Abuse And Survival.
At age 17, he started a three-state wide non-profit organization called Teens, Inc in the hopes of helping other troubled teens like himself. As an adult, he continued his devotion to kids by opening teen-oriented businesses including two arcades and three teen nightclubs - which are the sources for his upcoming book Phenomenon.
His other interests include mythology, archeology, lost civilization, science fiction and the 2012 phenomenon which are the basis for his Colony Series of novels. He is also a martial artist and major karaoke junkie.
He lives in Missouri with his incredibly understanding wife who lovingly tolerates his writing time and two of the most talkative dogs on the planet.
Colony - Neanderby Gene Stiles
What If It’s True?
2012 is nearly upon us. Much is being made of the prophesy of the Mayans that the world would end in December of that year. Truth be told, the Mayans did not say the world would end. They said that it would be a time of earth-shaking events. The I Ching, the Bible and many other ancient writings agree, most taking it to the… See more details below
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What If It’s True?
2012 is nearly upon us. Much is being made of the prophesy of the Mayans that the world would end in December of that year. Truth be told, the Mayans did not say the world would end. They said that it would be a time of earth-shaking events. The I Ching, the Bible and many other ancient writings agree, most taking it to the end-of-the-world scenario. But should we pay any attention to mere prophesy?
Look around you. Is there signs that something big is about to happen? Look at the weather patterns alone. Storms build in frequency and furiousness. Giant earthquakes have become commonplace. Bitter winter cold and blazing summer heat break long standing records every year. Swarms of tornados numbering in the hundreds rip homes, giant oaks and helpless people from the earth and slam them back down, shattered and splintered like piles of fresh made toothpicks.
Mother Nature is gearing up for something.
Colony – Neander traces what happened to the original People that populated the Earth and to their descendants. It takes on questions like why is there such a massive gap between the death of the dinosaurs and the rise of true man? What happened to the People after they landed? Why did the children of the People change form? Were modern humans present before the Neanderthals? Is there archeological evidence? Why is there no ‘Missing Link’ between ape-like humans and true man? “Where did civilization truly begin?” You’ll also find a few other little ‘inferences’ tossed into the mix for good measure, some fact and some whimsical.
Colony – Neander
Book Two In The Saga Of
The Rise And Fall Of Earth’s First Civilization
The Izon Were Home
After roaming the world for time untold, the Need would finally be fulfilled! The Izon would awaken the Ancestors, - The First People - the Gods who had created man in their own image and who would usher in a new, golden age of bounty and peace. That is, if the Izon could survive this last journey through a landscape seething with hidden dangers and from the deadly forces lurking within their own Clan.
Guel stared up into the gaping maw of impending death.
His ears rang from the blood-curdling roar of the hairy giant, but his body stubbornly refused to move. He knew the creature would reach for him at any moment and tear him limb from limb, yet he lay on the wet, grassy ground completely immobile. A deep rumble rose from the massive, fur-covered chest of the beast and echoed through its snarling jaws. Still it had not shifted from it’s spot before Guel. Instead, it rained the crushed pieces of Guel’s broken spear down upon him. The seconds stretched into an eternity as the two faced each other. With infinite slowness, the creature reached down to draw him into a deadly embrace.
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