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About the author:
Alex Blackwell is a frequent author writing about sailing technology and sailing adventures, contributing to several magazines, websites and e-zines. He has enjoyed a professional career as copywriter, marketer and speaker. Born in Chicago, Alex and his family moved to Clew Bay, Ireland when he was 14. Because of his mother's German heritage, Alex went to school in Germany, where he earned a Master of Science degree in Marine Biology. After starting an oyster hatchery in Ireland, he went to America for a six-month research project. As many people do he stayed for 20 years. There he was a partner in a marketing support services firm and commercial printing company which included a book printing division.

The Butterfly Effect: It started with 9/11, Alex's first novel, is strictly fiction. It is woven out of the fabric of historical events, his personal experience, and his fertile imagination. After successfully publishing a book about boat anchoring (Happy Hooking - The Art of Anchoring) and an oyster cookbook (Oyster Delight by Jonathan Mite), a novel was begging to come out. The next novel is already in the works, as are other projects.

9/11 changed everything for Alex and his Ukrainian-American wife, Daria. In 2008 they left their high-powered lives behind, boarded their boat and sailed across the North Atlantic to resettle in Ireland.


The Butterfly Effect

It Started on 9/11

Authored by Alex Blackwell
Edition: 1

If something as subtle as the flutter of a butterfly's wing can ultimately cause a typhoon halfway around the world, what might follow from devastation like that of 9/11?
Jason Geraghty lost his beloved wife on 9/11.
To Jason's grief-stricken mind, her work at the World Trade Center for a secret US Government agency meant America was to blame
An apocalypse so simple in its conception and so overwhelming in its annihilation that it will destroy the United States of America once and for all!
Unless, of course, Jack O’D can intervene in time...
The Butterfly Effect
“Is an addictive page turner”
“Once you pick it up you'll find it hard to put down”

Publication Date:
1492243892 / 9781492243892
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Thrillers

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