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      Alexander Athens   Alexander Athens wrote
      on 3/31/2008 1:45:49 PM
      Cutting to the chase, This is a brief introduction to my manuscript should any literary agent be interested in Cutting to the Chase. They Live Among Us. With s liberal approach in the trilogies plots, focuses the paranormal to objectify issues around human sexuality (heterosexual and gay sex), bigotry, significant others and a new found love for the heroin Bee, as she becomes Stalinger’s Holden Caulfield character as in Catcher in the Rye. Bee’s coming of age discovers she is a mothman encountering incidents with; Al Qaeda, a serial killer named Michael, along with intolerance, whimsy, human carelessness and complacency along with love for another Mothman as she reaches maturity on a planet where humans are regarded by mothmen as needing guidance to herald in the New Age. In this plot, great characters developed to such depth that the possibility of going to film could be of interest to a producer. Using the characters, I develop the plot or rather the characters. write the plot with their conflict resolutions to problems. My persistent nature is a result of my background Sports Illustrated where I worked in the slush department under Elaine Geiger, Editor-in-Chief. In this position there was a strong background with book rejection. Today’s submission of a book to a publisher and rejection could be acceptance tomorrow proving persistence rewards success. In The Blossoming Society, not included in this submission, are techniques employed as a credit to Ann Rice’s style of character development and with Stephen King’s surrealistic methods as employed in Dark Tower VI - Song of Susannah where my characters talk or refer back occasionally to the author. These techniques used by these authors proved good enough for their books and compose well in my trilogies. Books with a feminist flare enough to capture the interests of the female reader, fantasy enough to seduce college students, and a timely or trendy theme to interest the genre of vampire, fairies and magic connoisseur allow these books to reach a large market for reading enjoyment when they are marketed right. The third book, “Azazel of Bethlehem,” is yet to be started, but will be as soon as “The Blossoming Society,” is completed in a couple of weeks. “Azazel of Bethlehem,” will be pure fantasy, hopefully in the tradition of a writer you may not have heard of, but was a true inspiration for me, W. R. Swan. Swan once wrote to me how being categorized was his downfall. Some publisher or an agent referred to his works as science fiction instead of fantasy. Had they read all his works, they would have recognized the beauty and creativity in his fantasy. Keeping his joy of writing alive with this, “Azazel of Bethlehem,” Bee will finally mature as a wonder woman to address concerns with global warming, natural catastrophe, human conflict resolution and the love for life. It will be innocent, probably no sexual activity, no real darkness and positive as sunshine. These passed six years of writing and revisions combined with William Grabowski’s copy editing on the first book must be recognized as a credit to my subjects, to the mentioned successful writers and most importantly to my readers. Please do not imagine thought hasn’t be given to the publishing industry in an economy struggling to deal with Medicaid and retirement. These anxieties are well understood and because they are, I grasp the needs of a publisher and the responsibilities of a writer to promote their books as a team. For once, being single, unemployed and free to travel would be as much in the publisher’s interest as mine. Uncharacteristic of many writers, a joy of traveling combines with my high profile and the desire to discover life’s possibilities defining my nature. Presently working flea markets, I may have some of the technique called by Donald Trump, the art of the deal, where I enjoy negotiation to its successful conclusion. For my last caveat, I am a vegetarian, nondrinker (except for my glass of wine to help my heart), in good health and not too unattractive ... excellent selling qualities. Thank you for your patience, and enjoy reading. Very sincerely, Franz von-Fuhrer Cutting to the chase, This is a brief introduction to my manuscript should any literary agent be interested in Cutting to the Chase. They Live Among Us. With s liberal approach in the trilogies plots, focuses the paranormal to objectify issues around human sexuality (heterosexual and gay sex), bigotry, significant others and a new found love for the heroin Bee, as she becomes Stalinger’s Holden Caulfield character as in Catcher in the Rye. Bee’s coming of age discovers she is a mothman encountering incidents with; Al Qaeda, a serial killer named Michael, along with intolerance, whimsy, human carelessness and complacency along with love for another Mothman as she reaches maturity on a planet where humans are regarded by mothmen as needing guidance to herald in the New Age. In this plot, great characters developed to such depth that the possibility of going to film could be of interest to a producer. Using the characters, I develop the plot or rather the characters. write the plot with their conflict resolutions to problems. My persistent nature is a result of my background Sports Illustrated where I worked in the slush department under Elaine Geiger, Editor-in-Chief. In this position there was a strong background with book rejection. Today’s submission of a book to a publisher and rejection could be acceptance tomorrow proving persistence rewards success. In The Blossoming Society, not included in this submission, are techniques employed as a credit to Ann Rice’s style of character development and with Stephen King’s surrealistic methods as employed in Dark Tower VI - Song of Susannah where my characters talk or refer back occasionally to the author. These techniques used by these authors proved good enough for their books and compose well in my trilogies. Books with a feminist flare enough to capture the interests of the female reader, fantasy enough to seduce college students, and a timely or trendy theme to interest the genre of vampire, fairies and magic connoisseur allow these books to reach a large market for reading enjoyment when they are marketed right. The third book, “Azazel of Bethlehem,” is yet to be started, but will be as soon as “The Blossoming Society,” is completed in a couple of weeks. “Azazel of Bethlehem,” will be pure fantasy, hopefully in the tradition of a writer you may not have heard of, but was a true inspiration for me, W. R. Swan. Swan once wrote to me how being categorized was his downfall. Some publisher or an agent referred to his works as science fiction instead of fantasy. Had they read all his works, they would have recognized the beauty and creativity in his fantasy. Keeping his joy of writing alive with this, “Azazel of Bethlehem,” Bee will finally mature as a wonder woman to address concerns with global warming, natural catastrophe, human conflict resolution and the love for life. It will be innocent, probably no sexual activity, no real darkness and positive as sunshine. These passed six years of writing and revisions combined with William Grabowski’s copy editing on the first book must be recognized as a credit to my subjects, to the mentioned successful writers and most importantly to my readers. Please do not imagine thought hasn’t be given to the publishing industry in an economy struggling to deal with Medicaid and retirement. These anxieties are well understood and because they are, I grasp the needs of a publisher and the responsibilities of a writer to promote their books as a team. For once, being single, unemployed and free to travel would be as much in the publisher’s interest as mine. Uncharacteristic of many writers, a joy of traveling combines with my high profile and the desire to discover life’s possibilities defining my nature. Presently working flea markets, I may have some of the technique called by Donald Trump, the art of the deal, where I enjoy negotiation to its successful conclusion. For my last caveat, I am a vegetarian, nondrinker (except for my glass of wine to help my heart), in good health and not too unattractive ... excellent selling qualities. Thank you for your patience, and enjoy reading. Very sincerely, Alexander Athens

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