PALM SPRINGS, Calif., Oct. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- 2FS, LLC, a non-fiction publisher in Palm Springs, CA, has just released the new book The Total Novice's Guide to UFOs: What You Need To Know. This book is written for the novice and for the more knowledgeable as well.
Join the author, T. L. Keller, on a voyage to otherworldly places and understand the reality of UFOs, alien beings and how they get from wherever they are to planet Earth. This book is part of The Total Novice's Guide series of books intended for those who know little or nothing about a particular subject, have open minds and want to know more.
In this fascinating and informative read, you will be escorted through Roswell and other incidents involving crashed alien spaceships. Read about Project Galileo and testimony from government officials, as well as 10 former military whistle-blowers who have had first-hand experiences with the unknown.
Get the latest inside information on the above top secret US government anti-gravity and flying disc program that has been fifty years in the making. Learn how to solve America's energy and environmental crises ... now!
Learn about ultra-secret Area 51/S4; understand "Missing Time" and the true nature of human abductions. You will learn how alien vehicles travel here and, more importantly, why they are here. Read how you will be impacted when the reality of UFOs and alien beings becomes known to the world. And it may be just around the corner...
ISBN 978-0-9827988-0-5, non-fiction/science
Softcover; 504 pages, printed in full color
270 illustrations, 180 in color
Available from better bookstores, Amazon.com and http://www.2FSPress.com.
List price: $34.95
T. L. Keller's lifelong interest has been space exploration and extraterrestrial intelligence. Mr. Keller has studied UFOs and worked in field research for over 50 years. His latest book is based on 55 years of research and fieldwork in UFOs. He lives in Palm Springs, California.
Mr. Keller is an aerospace engineer and graduate of the School of Engineering, University of California at Los Angeles. He received a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of California at Berkeley and a Master of Science degree in Management Science from the University of Southern California. Mr. Keller was a computer systems analyst at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, and developed a computer system for the management of resources for JPL's interplanetary exploration projects. The system was used for resources management in the Mariner, Viking and Voyager missions. His experience in the aerospace and construction industries led to the development of Space MAX: Space Station Construction Simulator, a project management simulator for the construction of the first commercial space station. Mr. Keller has also worked for Douglas Aircraft and British Aerospace.
Front cover and author images available through http://www.2FSPress.com.
SOURCE 2FS, LLC