Archive for October, 2012
Congratulations to Brent Lynn, the first to successfully identify the title of the sequel to The Facade! The good folks at Kirkdale are already at work getting Brent his copy of The Façade: Special Edition, which features the first five chapters of the sequel.
The title of the sequel is The Portent. To those for whom that word may not be familiar, Websters defines it this way: “An indication of something important or calamitous about to occur; an omen.”
Yesterday I announced that a special edition of The Façade is being released. You can get it for 25% off from Vyrso. Along with some never-before-seen bonus content, the special edition includes the first five chapters of the sequel.
So what is the title of the sequel?
Use the hints below and post your guess in the comments section for a chance to win a free copy of The Façade: Special Edition.
The sequel title has two words. The first is “the” so you’re half way there. For those who have access to the normal edition of the book as it’s been sold to this point, the second word of the sequel title can be found somewhere in chapter 66. The word occurs only once in the chapter (its only occurrence in the entire book).
Be the first to guess correctly and you’ll win a free copy of The Façade: Special Edition from Kirkdale Press and Vyrso. Post your guess in the comments!
- Behind The Façade: A look into how and why I wrote The Façade.
- Resources for Further Study: An annotated bibliographic guide to the government documents, covert military programs, UFO controversies, and religious ideas that are part of the plot of The Façade.
- The first five chapters of the highly-anticipated sequel!
I’ll be revealing a hint about the sequel’s title tomorrow on the blog. Be the first to guess correctly and you’ll get a free copy of The Façade: Special Edition.
The erstwhile Jack Brewer has an interesting piece over on his UFO Trail blog (which I highly recommend to readers) about Steven Greer’s latest attempt to convince the public he’s the gatekeeper for ET contact and disclosure. (If you aren’t familiar with Dr. Greer, he’s very controversial, even within the ufology community). This time Greer says he has a dead extraterrestrial on his hands, complete with X-rays and CT scans. Brewer’s essay discusses the response to Greer’s claims by microbiologist Dr. Tyler Kokjohn, who basically says Greer is full of it because his description of the alleged X-ray and CT procedures are “virtually void of any established scientific protocol.”
(That’s right . . . Greer’sÂ descriptions . . . no physical evidence has been brought forth . . . Take a moment to recover from the shock and then click through to read the whole post).
The UK Mail online has the story here. These 12 death-wishers will just have to try again.