Robert Smith


Thirty years as a professional in Defense, Intelligence and Aerospace industries. Most of my writing has gone into documents that are not available to the general public. Remember to check out the footnotes.

Smashwords Interview

What motivated you to become an indie author?
The truth behind 9/11 is still relevant today and it is hardly even mentioned anymore in the mainstream media. The official story is unproven and frankly quite incredible. Just deciding to write the story on the premise of what if the CIA did 9/11, the story unfolded easily.
What is your writing process?
I research the material, collect vast amounts of anecdotes and arrange a timeline. Before I finish the researching I have found characters that interest me, find their motivation and start writing. The two most important parts of a book, for me, is the start and the end. Not that I really know the end, but I have an idea of the final destination before I start writing.
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Where to find Robert Smith online


The JFK Network
Price: Free! Words: 96,700. Language: English. Published: December 31, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » History » Modern / 20th Century, Nonfiction » True Crime » Assassinations & Conspiracies
(5.00 from 1 review)
The JFK Network: An introduction to his assassination and the pattern of related unexpected deaths and murders.
The Planner 9/11
Price: Free! Words: 69,960. Language: English. Published: August 30, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Spies & espionage
(3.60 from 5 reviews)
An alternative account of 9/11 attack against the World Trade Center and Pentagon based on the premise "What if the CIA planned the 9/11 Attacks" using an action novel format. (2016 Edition).

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Smashwords book reviews by Robert Smith

  • Tears on Oct. 18, 2013

    An easy read with lots of thought; free to all, it can't be bought. Thinking long and thinking hard; The guy is a living bard.
  • Solar Power: Economic Disaster on March 29, 2014

    There is not a single sentence in this set of notes and disgrams that makes any sense. IF nuclear can be made safe (it cannot - there will always be systematic failures leading to a three-mile island, chenobyl or fukishima) THEN it is better (but only if you ignore the problems of handling Uranium and decommissioning). Nuclear power operates with HUGE subsidies. There is no reason why we should use this process to boil water. The only reason governments like it is to subsidize their atom bomb making plans.