Book: Déjà vu All Over Again by James Straitcategories: Book, Science Fiction, End of Days, December 12, 2012, Mayan Empire, Special Forces, International Space Station, Space Shuttle, Airplanes, Delta Force, Mercenaries, DARPA, Action Adventure
James Straitabout this book: The title of "Deja vu All Over Again" was originally intended to be "The Final 57 Hours", reflecting the last hours prior to the end of the world. However, about 20,000 words into the manuscript, I discovered my twenty-five year old daughter, who was sleeping in our spare bedroom, in the midst of a grand mal epileptic seizure.
After the call to 911, the trip to the ER, and many subsequent trips to hospitals and specialists, she revealed that she'd been having hundreds of mini seizures over the year prior. One element of the mini seizures was the phenomenon of deja vu along with a mild nausea. The mini seizures were brief and she thought them to be her normal condition, thus, she never mentioned them. Yes, she's since learned better, and is now doing fine with medication.
But as I continued to write, I decided it would be unique to work the idea of deja vu into the plot line of my action adventure novel. So I through out most of what I'd written and created a new plot twist with exaggerated deja vu, making it a lethal experience with an associated unpleasantness of life ending projectile vomiting.
So if you want to learn how it all works out (Yeah, it gets messy) when the Mayan long count calendar ends on December 21, 2012, check out www.dejavualloveragainbook.com
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