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Podcast | Pondering the Unknown

Many have devoted countless hours contemplating the vast expanse beyond, seeking the meaning of it all. Yet, our understanding of the worlds outside our own remains limited. Nevertheless, it’s in our nature to ponder these things.

In this episode, we embark on a mind-bending discussion exploring how the process of writing a book often mirrors the mystery of the universe. While the writer may be familiar with the characters and the basic plot, the ultimate destination of the story often remains shrouded in uncertainty. We invite you to join us on our journey as we unravel the mysteries of the unknown.

This is season two, episode seven (Pondering the Unknown) of the Altered State of Affairs Podcast. Dream BIG and Reach for the Stars!

About the book series:

Book 1: Altered State of Affairs is a tale about an audacious kid from Cleveland Heights who unites in France with a beautiful Mossad agent and an eyeless doll for the adventure of a lifetime.

Book 2: Reach for the Stars, NOW AVAILABLE (buy here)!

Special Agents Steven and Avra along with Cindy, the spiritual eyeless doll, are BACK! This time they are at the heart of a secret sting operation meant to trick the infamous Iranian terrorist, Garf Zeman into acquiring an augmented hard drive—intended to allow Israel to access and destroy Iran’s nuclear program.

Everything goes according to plan until it doesn’t.

Chaos ensues as Israel and Russia engage in dangerous military conflicts and suddenly, the space aliens show up, speaking Ancient Hebrew!

Fasten your seatbelts, in a world on the brink of annihilation, one man and a doll hold the key to humanity’s salvation. But never fear, our heroes ain’t backing down as they race against time to find a way to communicate with the extra-terrestrials and save Mother Earth…and maybe Steven’s heart.

This electrifying tale of love and mayhem will teach you what it truly means to dream big and reach for the stars.

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