Robert Hill's extensive resume covers everything from Electro-Optical Engineer to Baptist Preacher. Fitting with his engineering background Robert considers himself more of a story-inventor than merely a writer. Having penned screenplays such as "The Unplugged Cafe" which was made into a TV pilot, and "Final Revelation" a shocking portrait of the end times, Robert then took inspiration from his service as a Chaplain for the state of Nevada to write "Throwaway People" a book that deals with the journey of seven inmates who's lives he touched while counseling them in prison. Robert's ability to shine a light on something most writers would leave in the dark is one of his greatest gifts. With his last two books, "The Day of the Monarch" and "The Sundown Effect" Robert dealt with the adverse effects technology could have on our lives today. For this his latest book, "Forever Nineteen" Robert has departed from science fiction and technology to write his first love story. Motivation for Robert to invent this book was his desire to share with his readers a brief glimpse of what it was like for a teenager growing up in the sixties in a small town in Texas.
Ever wonder who the person is that you are sitting next to on a plane?
Sure they are polite and introduce themselves and make small talk, but who are they really? Why are they going on this plane trip? Are they running from something? Are they fleeing their past in search of a better life? Maybe they’re a hitman heading to meet their next victim.