In this section you meet the authors of Third Millennium
Publishing. These are the farseeing individuals who have decided to try a
new approach to publishing. Once you have read their biographies, why not
check out their individual sections of the Third Millennium Publishing
website? We think you will be impressed with what you will find.
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Max Fox was born
when JFK was President. He has worked in technical theatre, archaeology and
environmental campaigning; been a full time parent and a mature student
gaining two historical degrees. Divorced once, married twice, two sons, two
stepdaughters, plus cat. He has been writing on and off for about twenty
years, exploring, developing and refining many ideas from satire to science
David G. Frazee was born in 1940 in New Jersey where he lived
until finishing high school. He then attended Pennsylvania Military College,
now Widener University, in Chester, PA. After graduating in 1962 with a B.S. in
Chemistry, he spent three years with Uncle Sam in Army Intelligence. Upon
discharge he went to work for DuPont. Thirty three plus years later he decided
to pack it in and retire, moving with his wife, Carol, to Henderson, NV, twenty
minutes from the Las Vegas Strip.
His hobbies were always music, science fiction, model
trains and a brief period of sailboat racing thrown in for good measure. Today,
trains for David are the size called G-Scale (G for garden), which one normally
finds running in a back yard. That, plus some SciFi, is what led to the writing
of his first book “The Garden Train: The Ride, Company Espionage and ‘The Other
His love for music has led him to learn to play the Native
American Flute and is now writing music for that instrument, hoping to publish a
book of original songs in the next six to nine months.
Pier Fuhrman was born in Stockton California in
1965. She is a graduate of Rhema
Bible School and Kensington University, with a Bachelor's degree in
From age 16, Pier spent summers in the Virgin Islands
on St. Thomas and St. Croix, working for Island Landscape. At the
young age of 21, she opened a small gift shop in Manteca, California,
which she sold three years later in order to move to Los Angeles, where
she began a cleaning and gardening service.
She was forced to give up her successful business at age 27 when
she suffered a stroke that left her confined to a wheelchair.
This experience left her with an intense interest in
health and led her to begin Bella Vita Consulting, which specializes in
helping people break free from the stresses of daily life to create the
lives they desire. Bella Vita
also sells a variety of natural health products.
Being wheelchair-bound led to Pier starting her writing career.
Her first book was the originally-named Cat's Without Bodies
And Snakes With Wigs, which is a
rollicking space adventure. This
book was soon followed by its sequel, Social Justice
Abounds. During the long
recovery from her stroke, Pier also wrote and illustrated several
children's books. After ten
years of convalescence, Pier has finally left her wheelchair behind, and
has completed one year of schooling toward her Doctor of Naturopathy
degree. And, if life wasn’t
busy enough already, she is also preparing for the examination to obtain
her Real Estate Brokers license.
Griffin Garnett served in the LSM
program during World War II and is a practicing attorney in Northern
Virginia. His articles and Tales from Orchard Point have appeared in
Pleasant Living magazine and in other publications.
Scott G. Gier was
born in Aiea, Hawaii in 1948. He received his undergraduate degree from
the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis and his MBA from Santa Clara
University, Santa Clara, California. He served in the United States
Navy for six years and then worked for various Silicon Valley companies
while living in the San Francisco Bay Area for almost thirty years.
Married for thirty-seven years and a proud grandfather, his interests
include backpacking (aircraft wreck-chasing), kayak-fishing, surfing,
birdwatching, and ocean-staring. He says of himself, “Still haven’t
grown up (just old).”
Kevin Gildea was born in Elmira, New York in 1969. He is
currently a senior at Missouri Southern State College in Joplin, MO. His
major is Psychology with a supporting area in Economics and Finance. He
will be studying at Oxford University in England during the summer of
Kevin has been a life long student of military history and
weaponry. He spent four years working on electrical and electronic systems
in an industrial setting.
Kevin and his wife Colleen have two children, J. R. and
Bridgette, ages six and four and enjoy spending time together as a family.
Guy Jean Goudeau was born in Bordeaux, France, June 12, 1929. He was the the
youngest child born to a family of five children. During World War II, his
older brother, then a soldier in the French army was killed at the age of twenty
one while fighting the Germans. Presently his three sisters are living in
Guy immigrated to the United States in 1948.
In 1979, while visiting his family in France, Guy was the victim of a very
serious accident that nearly killed him. During his convalescence Guy had
the opportunity to think calmly, positively, to put what had happened in
the proper perspective. It was from this introspection that Demokratia:
American Democracy in the Third Millennium was born.
Country Nate Green is a multi-talented
individual, a writer, composer, and musician. He is best known for his
original country music, which he performs in popular shows around
He works closely with Youths in the
Community, a group that provides activities for troubled youth,
providing a deterrent to crime by allowing them a chance to sing, dance,
play an instrument, or recite dialogue in local shows. These shows are
performed before an audience of 500 and broadcast on local television.
In addition to Kill the Surgeon, he
has produced a compact disk with 12 of his country music songs,
including a new Christmas song entitled, What are You Bringing Me for
Joseph A. Grispino has earned two graduate degrees in
theology and biblical studies in Rome, Italy followed by graduate degrees in
education from Boston College and social ethics from the University of
Southern California. He taught biblical studies at various divinity schools
on the East coast. Professor Grispino continued teaching biblical studies
on the West coast at California State University, Northridge. While
teaching philosophy at various community colleges in the Los Angeles area he
moonlighted for several years as a teacher of Latin at a private high
school. The idea of writing the present philosophy book originated at this
Grispino authored four books. Two are introductions and
annotations on the Old Testament and the New Testament. A third book, The
Bible Now, contains an anthology of articles previously published in his
newsletter, Current Scripture Notes. The fourth, Foundations of Biblical
Spirituality, is a translation of articles, which had previously appeared in
various French periodicals.
During the summers, his travels took him to 33
countries. Speaking skills in five languages added zest to his travels.
Professor Grispino retired from Chapman University in
California where he taught philosophy. He is a member of the American
Leila Harber was born in a small town in Arkansas in 1940, second
child in a sharecropper's family. As the first girl, she became
"mother's helper" to seven other children. As a teenager in the 50s she
"came of age" in an idyllic time and place. She was awarded a
scholarship to a business college in a nearby town, immediately after
graduation from high school.
Leila has two
children, but no grandchildren. She retired at age 60, after working
twenty years for the Air Force in programs supporting the space industry
in Florida. She traveled in Europe with her son when he was stationed in
Germany with the Army, and later, she joined her daughter, stationed
with the Army in Berlin. She has traveled widely, having spent time in
France, Switzerland, Italy, and Austria, as well as Germany. She is now
a writer living in Florida.
Raised and educated in a mid-western river town, the author took
an early interest in the field of Information Technology and
Communications. He was a U.S. Marine during the Lebanon crises and
served the Department of Defense as IT manager, technician,
practitioner and educator for thirty years. He took assignments in
the continental U.S. and Hawaii and enjoyed many tours of duty in
the Orient including Japan, Thailand, South Korea and Viet Nam.
He retired from the Federal Civil Service in 1979. He and his
wife Chong Cha spend their summers exploring the natural wonders of
the Pacific Northwest in their motor home, and deep sea fishing in
the Pacific ocean off the coast of Oregon. They winter in their home
near the cultural and entertainment centers of southern California.
Jack Hart lives on a small farm in southern Ohio, and
is a professor of English at the University of Rio Grande (which, oddly enough,
is in Ohio). He is a playwright and poet, and the author of three books of
poetry. He edits Ship of Fools magazine, a small, but much-praised poetry
magazine. Mythosphere is the culmination of an interest in science fiction
fantasy that began in childhood with the discovery of a neighbor's
complete, hardbound collection of Edgar Rice Burroughs' John Carter of Mars
series. In the autumn of 1999 he
married his co-author, Catherine Grosvenor in an oak grove in the back pasture
of their farm.
Catherine Hart is an artist and clothing
designer, and the author of a series of dark fairy tales. Her writing is
much influenced by her childhood discovery of the horror stories of H.P.
Lovecraft's Cthulu Mythos. She is also the computer geek of the family,
and aside from her share of the writing, is responsible for getting Mythosphere
on disc, and for designing our personal Mythosphere website.
Bob Hartle is a hard working, tax paying, average
American. He enjoys a cool beer now and again, baseball, basketball, and
camping out in front of the television all day long on Superbowl Sunday.
He and his wife lived happy and productive lives until a career criminal
stole his identity. In a matter of months he had run up several
thousand dollars worth of debts in Bob Hartle's name. He opened bank
accounts, purchased a house, bought cars and motorcycles, furnished the
house with furniture and appliances, and bought it all on credit as Bob
Hartle. Then when the collectors began pounding on his door, he told them
that he wasn't the Bob Hartle they were looking for. Instead, he sent them
after the real Bob Hartle.
The story of what happened to Bob Hartle is a story of
what might happen to anyone. He has written a fascinating book about
his story, which he has also been featured on "48 Hours",
"America's Most Wanted", "Fox 10 National TV News",
"The Leeza Gibbon Show", "The Home and Family Show",
and the "Sally Jesse Raphael Show." He has also been the
subject of articles in such publications as Parade Magazine, Kiplinger
Magazine, the American Bar Association Magazine and the Delta Airlines
Emmett Hinkley has been a world
traveler since the tender age of 13. Throughout school, including
high school and college, he travelled to speaking engagements on weekends, while
absorbing all the education possible on a limited income.
He published his first book when he
was only sixteen years old and followed up that unusual feat with thirty
more books over the course of the next 40 years. His writing covers a wide
range of topics, including religious and historical subjects. His book, The
Giant Nations, for instance, reveals the secrets of how the pyramids
of Egypt and Latin America were created and how the inhabitants of Easter Island
created their giant stone sculptures.
In addition to being a
thought-provoking writer, Emmett is a talented musician who comes from a musical
family. He is a pianist who has recorded a number of albums, and ha used
his keyboard artistry extensively to play backup for several recording
artists. He, his wife, son, and daughter, starred in their own network
television production until each of their talents led them in separate
Today, Emmett still travels the
country, attending speaking engagements. For forty-seven years he has
studied the scriptures for clarity and truth, and engaged in hundreds of hours
of research for Ancient Manuscripts of the Life and Times of Jesus
Christ. The subject is one that will fascinate people of faith of all
The History Carper is dedicated to providing primary source
documents and histories related to the great turning points of human existence:
the foundations of the first civilizations, the rise and fall of the great
empires, the development of theologies, the revolutions, and the great
disasters. Most of this information can be accessed in a number of ways:
William Holmes has a Ph. D in biophysics and advanced
training in artificial intelligence. His major activities have been in the
fields of computerized radiotherapy planning and medical laboratory
automation, the latter focused on detecting micro and nano quantities of
biologically active compounds. He is a member of the Association for
Computer Machinery and the Institute for Electrical and Electromechanical
Engineers. He served for many years as a faculty member in the Biochemistry
Department and the Biomedical Computer Laboratory at the Washington
University School of Medicine, and later as a faculty member in the
Radiation Oncology Department of the University of Arizona Medical School.
Dr. Holmes is the author of numerous articles, including those on the future
of microtechnology. He has addressed major implications of microtechnology
at conferences of the World Future Society.
JABEK is a pseudonym chosen by the authors to maintain their privacy.
The married couple lives in the U.S. in a remote, "off the grid", wooded,
mountain area. Their lifestyle has inspired them to write articles on
"off the grid" living. They attempt to use a less wordy writing style,
which allows the time-pressed reader to read quickly and use his/her
imagination for details. Their stories are aimed at the busy, on-the-go,
ebook reader; although hopefully will be enjoyed by all.
Jaffe studied journalism and printing at Beverly Hills High School in
California. In 1951 he graduated for Beverly High and entered the University
of Southern California (USC). At USC he continued to study journalism and
business administration. He was a member of the Coast Guard Reserve and was
activated to full time duty in 1953. After 14 weeks in boot camp Phil was
assigned to the icebreaker Northwind. In 1955 he completed his tour of duty
and returned to USC where he continued his education.
His publishing and printing career extended over 40
years. During the last 15 years of his career Phil was publisher of the
Mountain News newspaper at Lake Arrowhead, CA. He retired in 1998 and in
2000 moved to Port Ludlow, WA. where he and his wife Susanne enjoy living on
the waters of Puget Sound. They spend their summers cruising local and
Canadian waters through the Inside Passage, and their boat is named
Northwind. Phil still enjoys writing and photography and continues to “help
make things happen”.
Janet Johnson (Jannie) lives in Northern Wisconsin with her husband
Pastor Dave in Eagle River, WI. They have three grown sons, two
daughters-in-love, and four wonderful grandchildren. Jannie started
making a Nature Journal with her grandchildren in mind, three of whom
lived in Kenya, Africa where their parents were missionaries.
She lives in the country with a big yard surrounded by woods where
there is always something happening for those who watch. It was a way
of sharing these things and the ‘Northwood’s Nature Journal’ is the end
result of several years’ work. The drawings and photos are all hers
with the exception of a few that are labeled. Jannie loves gardening,
baking, going for walks, drawing and doing things for her precious
family and friends.
A. C. Johnson was born in Van Nuys California in August 1959. He has
been married for 25 years to a wonderful woman and has 3 glorious children.
He spent a lot of time alone as a child due to illness and the make believe
stories and characters filled his head.
He graduated high school early by taking a proficiency exam in the
middle of his junior year. He spent 12 years in banking, 11 years in real
estate. His dream was to write or sing jazz in a small smoky club somewhere
on the docks, but since he couldn't sing, he decided to try his hand at
writing. He now lives in California on the beach in Oceanside.
Brad L. Johnson was a self-proclaimed “hippie nerd” in
high school...and not much has changed. He has tried his hand at many,
many jobs including chef and restaurant owner, psych tech, collections
officer and sign painter. Through all of these professions, however, he has
always turned to writing to find his true self. In addition to his avid
interest in comics, he has published poetry, newspaper and magazine
articles, and entertainment copy for radio. The first edition of The
Comic Collector's Handbook was produced in 1986. He has an active
fantasy life -- but then again, doesn't everyone?
C. Kick, Ph.D., CEO and Founder of the Self-Discovery Research
Institute, Inc., in 1968 had a near death experience which changed his
life. While in the Light, Russell's life's purpose and potential were
explained to him, and he was told he would meet soon the woman who was
to be his wife. Two weeks later he met Jane, his future wife, on a
business trip; one month later they were married.
Since his wondrous experience in the Light, Russell has researched the
farther reaches of human potential and documented the truths he has
discovered in his exploration of other realms. Russell has been told that
now is the time to begin releasing what he has learned because the world is
on the cusp of a great leap forward.
The Key to Self-Discovery, the first book in a series, presents a system
of self-discovery, self-development and life mastery created by Russell
called The Holistic Way. This book and system is the first realization of
his research and life's purpose.
A native of Brooklyn New York, Russell earned his Ph.D. at the
University of Alabama. He has been a professor, researcher, author and
entrepreneur for thirty years and his primary areas of interest include
computer science, information technology, systems thinking, education and
human potential. His current focus is on the application of online education
to elevate humanity and the world and the application of systems thinking
and whole brain intelligence to realize individual and organizational
He lives in Tucson, Arizona with Jane his wife of thirty-seven years.
Kisella began his writing career in his late teens, and has had a string
of short stories published in small press magazines over the past ten
years. “The Chalice of Souls” is his first full-length fantasy
novel. A highly talented and prolific writer, Mr. Kisella is
currently developing stories for a small mid-western based comics company
while preparing an anthology of horror short stories and the second Mandar
A professional fitness instructor, Mr. Kisella was
born and raised in New Jersey. He currently resides in Hunterdon
County where he lives a very private life.
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