Book: The Sharks Crisis Negotiator by John Robert McCauleycategories: Book, Bora Bora, Japanese Macaques, Kyoto Japan, Scuba Diving, Senkaku Islands, Papeete Tahiti, Shinto Shrine, Buddhist Temple, Sharks, Golden Pavilion, China, Naval Academy
John Robert McCauleyabout this book: When the Author was watching the movie "Wolverine," he noted similarities between Logan and Josh, the main character in the Author's story. Both are fearless and aggressive in solving their conflicts. While Logan uses his mutant extended claws to violently solve problems, Josh uses his United States Naval Academy training, which toughened his body and mind, to stick his neck out for his country to solve international crises.
In concepting the Author's main character, the Author had difficulty in determining whether the main character should be male or female. In fact, the seeds to this story started at a Lindy Hop dance in Tyson Corners, Virginia. The Author was dancing with an attractive blond to a big band World War II tune and asked her if she worked for the government? To the Author's surprise, she responded: "I'm graduating from the United States Naval Academy this spring." She subsequently related to the Author that she was looking forward to a wide range of job opportunities including jobs as a Political-Military Counselor to a United States Ambassador overseas.
Subsequently, in 2012, an Ambassador was killed in North Africa, and the Author started writing this story. Although the Author chose a male figure to be the main character, Jennifer, the heroine in this story, has a female archetype of attractiveness, confidence, fearlessness, independence and leadership that the female Naval Academy graduate exhibited.
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