However, this is not the first time my work has been noticed, or caused a ripple in the science world. Two years ago, my e-book https://www.draft2digital.com/book/32522 made the top 50 in the Neuroscience section of Amazon.
This is the little researched, but very real fear of escalators. My book doesn't go into the high sciences of what causes the phobia. Like the article on neuralgia, I put in layman's terms the effects of suffering from the phobia.
Chronicles of Mark Johnson
My award winning e-book https://www.draft2digital.com/book/32117 deals with the issues of an ex-photographer who becomes a demon hunter, while combating his own demons. This book got a rave review from New York reviewer Fran Lewis.
The second book in the Chronicles of Mark Johnson series repeated the rave review of the opening book. In the words of my friend/editor who majored in the biochemistry of the brain at Harvard, This is a harrowing story of a man going through a mental breakdown. The story was written at a bad time for me, and is very dark. The writing is so strong the story gave me bad dreams for weeks - and I knew what was happening - what would it do for the unsuspecting reader? Read it and find out https://www.draft2digital.com/book/32125 , you have been warned.
Death of a news hound
This book https://www.draft2digital.com/book/62636 was written a year ago after a series of near-death incidents spanning three days. My friend & editor, Julia, asked me to change a few details in case my friends got worried about me.
Unknown to me until a year ago, my science teacher at school thought I had the right mindset to be a science student. I have always had an inquisitive mind - searching for little known answers. I always thought science were my weakest subject; probably because then, as now, I was very insecure and shy.
My fascination with science explains my addiction to CSI, rather than the Law & Order series. I admire writers like John Grisham who can write legal thrillers, but the law to me is a cold subject. Science is a living entity, always on the move, never standing still for long.
While being like Gil Grissom in many respects, I am also like Catherine Willows; in as much as the why matters to me. I wanted to take Psychology in college, but the class was full, and I ended up with Sociology.