This book involves an alien mission to earth to study the human male vs. female relationship, and whether earth should even be saved. It is full of humor and mishaps, but the main theme is the romance and male vs. female conflict between Joe & Tory (humans) and between Carmy & Celeste, members of the alien mission. Joe is a hunter, and in a sense, so is Tory who targets Joe for romance. The same can be said of Celeste, who targets Carmy. Interestingly, Celeste is actually an intelligent ship, as well as having an alternate humanoid form. The description of her physical appearance is described above in the teaser excerpt for the back cover. I describe her in more detail in the Cast of Characters description, along with Joe, Tory, Diana who is the commander, Spoof who is central to the humor in this story, as well as Carmy and Admiral John Young. I hope you enjoy this futuristic alien adventure to earth to investigate the fascinating nature of human male versus female relationships. I introduced an “alien” or outside sci-fi perspective, as well as a dose of humor and romance, to make this sci-fi tale a fun read. There are myriad humorous, fascinating and conflicting human conditions that remain to be explored on planet earth. Will Commander Diana Young, Celeste, Carmy and Spoof return to earth for future investigations? Who knows? Keep an eye on the night sky …
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About the Author
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Randy Young was born and raised in the Midwest region of the U.S.A. After high school the author worked a variety of jobs before getting married, having a family and pursuing his A.A., B.A., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in the areas of human services, sociology, psychology, and training and learning. The author spent nearly 35 years working in the areas of mental health and substance abuse treatment. During this time Randy worked in nursing, social work, psychology and administration, and also enjoyed teaching as a college instructor. His primary life work has been dedicated to helping individuals learn to help themselves. In his semi-retirement Randy has enjoyed spending time with his wife, children, grandchildren and friends while pursuing activities he loves such as camping, fishing, vacationing, reading and writing. During his years of employment Randy spent considerable time reading and writing in the capacity of his work for a professional clinical audience. Now it is the author’s desire to apply his love of helping others and writing to a broader audience of readers.