Paul Hollis, Pamela Erickson, George Dismukes: Meet the Author Podcast
August 2, 2022
Three of the world’s most fascinating authors will be featured at 7 p.m. EST tonight on the Meet The Author Podcast at Indie Book Source, hosted by Rob and Joan Carter.
Having lived in twelve states and eventually working in all fifty, Paul Hollis fell in love early with seeing the world on someone else’s money. Since then, he has lived abroad nine years while working in forty-eight countries, spanning five continents. These experiences helped inspire the novels in The Hollow Man series.
From traveling through Europe as a young man, to flying nearly three million miles which took him nowhere near home, to teaching companies worldwide about coming global implications, as a world tourist Paul Hollis brings his own unique viewpoint to his mesmerizing thrillers.
Pamela Erickson found here purpose in life early; to protect the planet and those humans around her. At eighteen, she joined the ranks of Vietnam veterans as an activist in Washington D.C. You’ll often hear her say she was raised by a pack of Vietnam vets.These war veterans taught her how to protect herself and to fight for others.
By 2006, she was a partner in the new-build sustainability consulting firm, Vertcorp, where she began to learn the catastrophic state of our planet. Pamela crafted messaging around environmental education, renewable natural materials, sustainable food sources, green technologies, and affordable living opportunities.
GEORGE DISMUKESspent the first half of his life in pursuit of adventure. This ranged from bullfighting as a youth to milking poisonous snakes professionally at Ross Allen’s Reptile Institute in Silver Springs, Florida.
The early 60s found him chasing wild animals across the Serengeti in the movie business and operating an animal export company in Iquitos, Peru. He spent many years exploring archaeological sites of the ancient Maya Indians in Central America and studying their lost civilization.
He also lived in Honduras, where the stories, Two Faces of the Jaguar, Return to the Lost City of the Monkey God, and The Jaguar’s Quest takes place.
During the 1960s and early 70s Cold War tensions were escalating. Confrontation threatened every innocence we knew. The 2 super powers watched and waited, preparing for nuclear holocaust.
The world’s safety depended on this threat of mutual annihilation; it was the only thing keeping us safe. A grim logic soon emerged, nuclear disarmament was not achievable but nuclear war was unthinkable.
When 3 of Zita’s MI6 colleagues mysteriously die in Prague and she is marked with terminate on sight orders, an American government analyst called Doc breaks through the Iron Curtain to save his partner from Communist forces in Czechoslovakia.
But before they can go they must take care of a few small matters concerning a sadistic serial killer stalking them and a few rogue nuclear weapons to stop before they cross the border to western Europe.
We humans are the single thing which must change in order to save our planet.
Endangered Earthlings, Inc. is a progressive environmental 501(c)3 organization committed to sustainable lifestyles that reduce our use of Earth’s natural resources, by utilizing education, renewable natural materials, sustainable food sources, technology, and affordable living opportunities.
“I enthusiastically recommend The Endangered Earthlings’ Handbook for anyone who cares about our planet. This book, with science at its core, is a unique combination of passion, practical solutions, and personal stories which point us the way to caring for Mother Earth.” ~ Matthew Dowd, Chief Political Analyst ABC News
“This is not a “we are to blame” book, it not only tells us exactly what lead us to our present predicament but it also gives us solutions and inspires hope in humanity if we take solutions given to us and try to implement as many of them as possible in our daily lives.” ~ Salma Mumtaz, NYC
When seven people go missing from a dive boat found floating atop THE GREAT BLUE HOLE OF THE CARIBBEAN, there is panic to find them and learn their fate. When Angie Holland saw the story on National News, her blood ran cold.
She feared the worst. “The bitch is back!” If she was right, she knew she must take action, immediately. To tell someone… anyone, the truth would do no good. Whoever she told would think she had gone over the edge.
So, her mission was very personal. She had to go to Belize and finish what she thought was over two years ago. Twenty-four hours later, she was on a plane, bound for Central America.
But questions abounded: What had gone wrong the first time? Why wasn’t the siren dead? And if blowing holes in her with a bang stick didn’t do the job, what would? As the plane jets south, Angie knows none of the answers.
But she does know, this time, she must not fail. Untold lives depend on it for hundreds of years to come. And when it is over, nobody will know except her, and a small contingent who surrounds her.