Finding the Right Level

FOR POSTING: Promotion by The Indie Book Board, ref: AB95V

June 25, 2016

Many thanks, much appreciated. A complete list of venture published books is found on the home page of www.aias.us. They are made available open source and have a very large readership around the world. The books are well produced by the publishers and are well worth buying.”

You should totally go for that Ron! We see pseudoscience as a sort of ‘intellectual pornography’, so your work would fit in well between such great works as The Secrets of Lucifer (“The purpose of this book is to investigate and ascertain the possible prophetic mathematical calculations that are related to people, places, events and time. The presumption is that certain events on Earth are mirrored in the Heavens or have a cause and effect in astronomical phenomenon. In particular, prophetic nuances are examined to ascertain a possible Biblically inspired theme or an occultic undertaking”) and Club Zer0 Nine (“The continuing humiliating predicaments faced by Kyle as he is trained as a chastity belted maid at the [club]. Now owned by the bulling Alpha Male Mister Harrison, Kyle suffers from the mortification of seeing his lovely wife Madison also wearing Mister Harrison’s collar. Part two takes up the story following his graduation as a fully qualified Maid in training”) on Skunk [sic] Radio. 

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One Response to “Finding the Right Level”

  1. Interested Observer Says:

    I see the co-president’s grasp of politics is as shaky as Ron’s:

    “The Welsh speaking heartland voted to remain…”

    The Out vote was overwhelming in Wales. Only five local authorities voted to Remain: Cardiff, Vale of Glamorgan, Monmouthshire, Gwynedd and Ceredigion. Three of those are strongly English-speaking regions. Out was particularly strong in places like Blaenau Gwent (62%) and Merthyr Tydfil (56.4%)

    Ron’s own local authority voted 51.5% in favour of Out, but just over the border in Neath it was 56%. This is overwhelming support by any measure.

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