Saturday, May 21, 2016

The Origin of F.O.R.C.E. By: Sam B. Miller ll



The Origin of F.O.R.C.E.

By: Sam B. Miller II

As I began this book, I was intrigued from the very beginning. It was an Alien family. I was impressed to know that these scouts who were looking for a suitable planet, were happily together as families. Not often do you read of aliens having children with them. Maybe it’s just the mother in me, wanting to see that, I don’t know. But it instantly made a difference and impact on my read from the start. 

These Aliens made their first contact here on our beautiful planet in 1947. They had came all the way from the Chrysallman Empire searching for a perfect planet to rich with minerals, water, and land that would be suffice for them to call home. 

HG-281 or Earth as we know it, was everything the Chrysallman Empire needed and more. They had no dear of the humanoids already claiming the planet, because they could simply squash them with their own perfect minds. 

Little did the Aliens expect that mankind were watching these Aliens since they have been investigating us. We were learning their tricks, and eventually, managed to shoot one down. This wasn’t part of the plan for these lizard type Aliens. 

Once the ship was on the ground, we decided to go investigate it. As mankind often does, we shoot first, and ask questions later. The Aliens are just as defensive, and use their own powers, and hurt us as well. They explode a few things, and even slice a man in two. And mind you, these are official military men we are using. 

After killing what we determine to be all of the Aliens, the military go back inside the ship and find a young child like lizard hidden. The child like lizard alien tries to protect himself, but the military official is prepared, and aims the laser ray from the alien, at its own foot, hurting the child like alien. Yep, the alien child didn’t see that coming.
Eventually the military convince the child alien reptile that cooperation is his best bet, and he does do just that. 

Now common sense will tell you, as with any movies you have seen on Aliens, and creatures and even human nature. Everyone comes back for their families.
So you can guess what will happen next. 

While mankind is studying the young reptile like lizard creature, the Chrysallaman will return. Common sense will tell mankind, yes there will be more. These Aliens have been visiting us since ’47, they want something. Yeah, they’ll be back, especially once they determine what we did.

Now don’t get me wrong, the humans did cover up and bury the evidence of the destroyed ship. Not  only for the people, but for the Aliens. The Military has to be able to deny everything all the way around, “What ship?” 

As for the Indian and his horse, even him, they watched him be destroyed, and took him away too. But what’s even more overwhelming. Is when the Aliens come back, there is a sombrero wearing Alien now. Once I read that, I immediately remembered the man on the horse, and his poor horse in the very beginning of the book. 

Mankind must create a new defense to defend ourselves against these Aliens, and when they come back. And Chrsallaman aliens have superior physic strength and technology. It’s a good thing we have the boy….

I give this book five stars, because it entertained me from the very start. It didn’t start off slow, it kept me wanting to read from the very beginning. Not many books can do that. I also wanted to mention, I found the cover also to be very attractive and eye catching. I was very pleased with this book, and give it five awesome science fiction stars! You will truly enjoy this book, especially if you love sci-fi!

My questions for Mr. Miller:


1. What made you write this book and how long did it take you? I have thought about writing for many years but with raising 5 children and a full-time job, finding the time to write was impossible. Now I am retired and all my children are out on their own so I took the leap. This book took me 3 and a half months to write.
2. How long have you been writing? A little over 15 months now.
3. What all education have you had? I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance, and a Master of Business Administration degree in Finance, from the University of Tennessee.
4. What is your favorite book of all time? It's a series actually. The Skylark of Space series by E. E. Doc Smith.
5. Did you do any special research for this book? No. I have read a lot about science and over the years, traveled briefly in Europe, visited many states in the US, and with Google Earth, I can explore many interesting places. Other than a few esoteric looks at some very specific scientific theories, my story came from my imagination.
6. What do you like best about writing books? Writing is a true release for me. I can disappear into the story I'm writing and forget the troubles of the day. It makes me happy.
7. What are your hobbies? Dogs, home improvement projects and gardening.
8. What can you suggest to be persons wishing to become writers?  You need a team. You need to have people you can bounce your story off of as you are building it. You need both young and old in the team. Family and friends. I can't tell you how many times my 28 yr old daughter or my 27 yr old son would say, Dad, this sounds like it was written by some old guy. It's not fresh. Or you need to describe this character better. Or this character needs more background so the reader can really understand why they act in a certain way. Your spouse will really not pull any punches and believe me I was punched plenty while writing my novel! I had a doctor and a pilot read the book and they pointed out a couple of technical errors which I corrected. All I can say is a team is very important!
9. Have you ever met any writers? Yes. Brian Kiteley is a published author and a professor of creative writing at Denver University. Very interesting guy.
10. What are your future plans, book wise? I'm about 2/3rds of the way through Book 2 in The Origin of F.O.R.C.E. series. I'm very excited about it because I believe it is in many ways better than Book 1.
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12. Anything extra to add: Thank you, Deneale, for the opportunity to engage with your readers. I would urge readers to buy my book and enjoy the story.




The Origin of F.O.R.C.E.The Origin of F.O.R.C.E. by Sam B. Miller II
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

As I began this book, I was intrigued from the very beginning. It was an Alien family. I was impressed to know that these scouts who were looking for a suitable planet, were happily together as families. Not often do you read of aliens having children with them. Maybe it’s just the mother in me, wanting to see that, I don’t know. But it instantly made a difference and impact on my read from the start.

These Aliens made their first contact here on our beautiful planet in 1947. They had came all the way from the Chrysallman Empire searching for a perfect planet to rich with minerals, water, and land that would be suffice for them to call home.

HG-281 or Earth as we know it, was everything the Chrysallman Empire needed and more. They had no dear of the humanoids already claiming the planet, because they could simply squash them with their own perfect minds.

Little did the Aliens expect that mankind were watching these Aliens since they have been investigating us. We were learning their tricks, and eventually, managed to shoot one down. This wasn’t part of the plan for these lizard type Aliens.

Once the ship was on the ground, we decided to go investigate it. As mankind often does, we shoot first, and ask questions later. The Aliens are just as defensive, and use their own powers, and hurt us as well. They explode a few things, and even slice a man in two. And mind you, these are official military men we are using.

After killing what we determine to be all of the Aliens, the military go back inside the ship and find a young child like lizard hidden. The child like lizard alien tries to protect himself, but the military official is prepared, and aims the laser ray from the alien, at its own foot, hurting the child like alien. Yep, the alien child didn’t see that coming.

Eventually the military convince the child alien reptile that cooperation is his best bet, and he does do just that.

Now common sense will tell you, as with any movies you have seen on Aliens, and creatures and even human nature. Everyone comes back for their families.

So you can guess what will happen next.

While mankind is studying the young reptile like lizard creature, the Chrysallaman will return. Common sense will tell mankind, yes there will be more. These Aliens have been visiting us since ’47, they want something. Yeah, they’ll be back, especially once they determine what we did.

Now don’t get me wrong, the humans did cover up and bury the evidence of the destroyed ship. Not only for the people, but for the Aliens. The Military has to be able to deny everything all the way around, “What ship?”

As for the Indian and his horse, even him, they watched him be destroyed, and took him away too. But what’s even more overwhelming. Is when the Aliens come back, there is a sombrero wearing Alien now. Once I read that, I immediately remembered the man on the horse, and his poor horse in the very beginning of the book.

Mankind must create a new defense to defend ourselves against these Aliens, and when they come back. And Chrsallaman aliens have superior physic strength and technology. It’s a good thing we have the boy….

I give this book five stars, because it entertained me from the very start. It didn’t start off slow, it kept me wanting to read from the very beginning. Not many books can do that. I also wanted to mention, I found the cover also to be very attractive and eye catching. I was very pleased with this book, and give it five awesome science fiction stars! You will truly enjoy this book, especially if you love sci-fi!



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