Are We Alone?

Aliens In ParadiseMany books have been written and many films have been created about aliens from other worlds.  Most books and films depict aliens as hostile toward humans, or humans hostile toward aliens.

Most of the world’s population believes in an Almighty Creator, whether by the name of God, Yahweh, Allah or any other name. A good number of people also believe that there are other planets somewhere in the Universe capable of harboring life.

Very few people believe beings from other worlds have actually made it here to Earth. So far, no one has offered conclusive proof of the existence of life from another world. The seed of thought regarding what aliens might look like has been planted in our minds by writers and film makers with vivid imaginations. Here’s another thought to ponder.

If there are other worlds in the universe harboring life, and the Almighty Creator made the entire Universe, would it not be out of the realm of cognoscente thinking to imagine that beings from other worlds might indeed look a lot like us? After all, since God created humans on Earth, He might have also created humans or human-like beings on other worlds.

This is the premise behind my novel, Aliens In Paradise. The science is based on our modern laws of physics, so the story is plausible. Plus there’s a little bit of comedy thrown in for good measure. It’s a family friendly read, so the kids can enjoy it, too.

You can find this book on Amazon’s web site by entering Rick Bennette or you can use this direct link.

http://www.amazon.com/Aliens-In-Paradise-Arrival-ebook/dp/B007G5X464

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About rickbennette

I write mostly romance novellas that focus on the formation of relationships that usually begin under adverse or less than ideal situations. Science fiction is also a genre I write, but most of the science is based on real physics. There are other works in progress for other genres coming soon.
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