Jackalopes? Zombies? Mysterious men in black? Kenai is going to need all his critical thinking skills for this adventure!
This week I took a plane from Frankfurt Germany to Fairbanks Alaska to visit family. It is the first time that I’ve flown in two years, and more importantly the … Continue Reading Traveling in the Misinformation Age
I’ve heard from many of you wanting to know when the next Beyond Belief book will be done. So to answer your questions, Beyond Belief 3: The Phantom of Highcastle … Continue Reading Book 3 Update
The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance- it is the illusion of knowledge. – Daniel J. Boorstin Why do researchers give placebos? Why do they have control conditions and … Continue Reading You’ve heard of Confirmation Bias, but what is it really? A shrink explains.
“I am a sucker for a good zombie book. I also remember teaching all the different genres when I was a teacher. October was the “Spooky” genre month, but I found many students reading them all year long. If you have a child that enjoys the “Spooky” or horror fiction genre, I think I’ve found the right author for you.”
Beyond belief book 2 is live on Amazon and has already reached the top spot in multiple categories. As you know if you follow this blog, I am a child … Continue Reading Book 2 is Launched!
Great news! If you want to get the kindle version of Beyond Belief: The Adventure of Zombie Island you can now pre-order your copy. Get your copy here and start … Continue Reading Beyond Belief 2 is now available for preorder
If you are a parent who loves science, skepticism, and critical thinking, then you’ve probably heard of the Annabelle and Aiden series by J. R. Becker. If you haven’t, then … Continue Reading A Beautiful Book Series for Little Thinkers
Drumroll please… BEYOND BELIEF BOOK 2: THE ADVENTURE OF ZOMBIE ISLAND will release on March 31st! The Beyond Belief book series is for middle readers, ages 8 to 12, and … Continue Reading Beyond Belief Book 2 RELEASES THIS MONTH!
Recently I had a wonderful experience as an author. Ms. Hubbell, a fourth grade teacher in Michigan, invited me to visit with her fourth grade class! The children had read … Continue Reading Classroom Visit
The Storm never came. Now is the time to have tough conversations.
Cognitive Dissonance was a theory used to explain how cults behave. It has never been more useful.