The Map, The Journals Of J. J. McAlister

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There is a planet as our own, though two and a half times Earth's size, and in every way a paradise. James McAlister, a top astronomer in his field, not only discovered this new world, but discovered a way to travel there. When James is given an offer he could not refuse, he is also handed a curse. The artifact that would take over his mind and life, is The Map.

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About Eli William Fuller

The Map, The Journals Of J.J. McAlister, at near 70,000 words, is my
first novel and a prequel to a story I developed over the past twenty
years. It is a science fiction introduction to the life of James
McAlister's grandson, Kayin, who is the main character in the later
stories. These stories deal with the fall of humans and their
frailties, and the drive to return to paradise; life, liberty, and the
pursuit of happiness.

I was born in Columbus, Ohio, where I currently live with my fiance
and her two boys. I have lived in Ohio my whole life. I have spent the
past twenty years developing the novel I am currently writing. The Map
came to me as a prequel while I was a professional truck driver;
scratched into notebooks and scrap paper. I became James McAlister and
kept a journal for a year and a half. I have been an artist, musician,
poet, and writer all of my life. In Los Angeles, I was the Assistant
Art Director on the film I Woke Up Early The Day I Died, Ed Wood's
final screenplay. I spent some time writing and reading poetry at the
Bowery Poetry Club in New York City, as well as acting work. I wrote,
recorded, and produced many songs, mainly Hiphop music, under the name
Iffy Math. I am an artist, which began with graffiti art at age 11,
and progressed to ink drawings and abstract painting. I am dedicating
the rest of my life to writing the novels I have prepared. Hopefully,
I live long enough to finish them. If the Universe wills it, I will
get the privilege to write others. Published, or not, these are my
goals. I have examples of my artwork online, which I can direct you to
if needed.

I appreciate the opportunity to share my work with you, and I thank
you for this moment of your time and consideration.

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