by John Selman Publish: Oct 28, 2019Paranormal RomanceHumorScience FictionFantasyPoetryBiographies & MemoirsReligion & Spirituality
On a ship where a Navy captain reveals God, a friendly German Irish American NROTC midshipman has to find his way into the heart of someone who he has admired all his life, who he has known to be the Eve of his heart. See his journey as he climbs the skies up to twenty-five-thousand feet in Navy airplanes and helicopters. Observe how he is able to find his way into a career in the Navy notwithstanding the stresses from within his own family.
Letters to Evelyn is a brand new view of the place we know as The United States and ourselves. See how humankind takes over the Universe in the most competitive world of Naval Aviation. Follow the true love story of a young man in love with a woman he has seen only since the dawn of time. See the real aliens living in our galaxy, the Zea, Seh, playh, grays, Bleh, and Dreh. See what's flying in our skies under the close observances of God. It's a scientific journey past the edge of interest. Be enlightened!
BIOGRAPHY What inspired me to write Letters to Evelyn was that I was seeing so many things wrong with a negative outlook on life. I thought that I would give some of my dreams away that integrate with reality.
My name is John J. Selman, I'm originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, however I grew up in Brunswick, Maine when my parents moved here when I was four. I thought Brunswick, Maine had a strong tradition with poetry so, much of what I've seen in the English language are displayed in a lyrical sense.
I graduated first in my NROTC class at the University of Maine with a B.A. in German Language and Literature, and with my degree, I chose to join naval service to become a pilot. My flight time has been spent in 9 different types of aircraft and I presently have two world records, one for the longest time spent with no sleep, greater than 12 days, that's talked about in my memoir, Letters to Evelyn, and my second is for the steepest, highest Sarajevo Approach with the lowest recovery in a T-34C. I flew from 6000 feet down to five feet above the treetops onto Elgin AFB at greater than a seventy degree nose down attitude. So, I enjoyed writing Letters to Evelyn because it allowed me to construct worlds with an impression, and give some of my ideas about what I believe is an ideal earth.
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