AE Bartlett's passion is articulating Truth - using multiple tools to express a thought, a concept or a belief.
His first of four books was "Victims of Greed": an edgey young adult drama (coming of age thriller) dealing with a questionable charter named; John Wolf. The seconded book highlighted a grooms faulty concept of love, and his heart felt questions about is brides love - in the drama "How do you know its love".
The third and fourth books were more on the dark side. The third book "Blade of Deceit" deals with dirty dealing, beguilment =(he made this word up), and murder. His last book "Yesterday is Giving me hell": Is written from a view of a man trapped in Hell - who thought he was going to heaven.
Yesterday the religion of politics thrived and religious leaders sold souls for a dirty dollar. Today, I deal with the lies of yesterday; peddled by political leadership, embraced lies by clergy for filthy gain, and the hell it brings.
******* A day of greed makes victims of the fearless and causes pain to the innocent. Johnny Michael (AKA Johnny Wolf) is a rebellious nineteen-year-old struggling with faith, his father’s words of wisdom and his mother’s rules. Johnny wants to live life on the edge, but is he ready for the consequents of rebellion? *******
Bill and Sarah are getting married today. Sarah is gorgeous. She lights up a room when she enters, and men morn when she leaves. Bill has good looks, a successful software company, and women are crazy about him. Bill and Sarah make the perfect couple, yet the wedding might be called off. Bill is having second thoughts, love has him confused, and his bride’s integrity is in question.
The Blade of Deceit is a modern urban spin on Hubris’s self-destructive issue of pride and what Sun Tzu expresses as a foundation of war "All warfare is based on deception. (Art of War)”. The main charter (a strong intelligent female), his been feed misinformation - blinded by pride she sets out to destroy the ambitious lover; of whom she left her husband for.