First and foremost, I am a farmer. I specialize in my own piggery, chicken raising, and natural compost production. I have had experience in fresh tilapia raising, bamboo, and palm production.
I am presently working on my third book for publication.
My career in the Navy:
Squadron Chief in Helicopter Squadron 4(Black Knights)-Maintain and operate 7 SH-60F and HH-60 Helicopters aboard the USS Ronald Reagan in Surge Operations in Afghanistan. In support of the Global War on Terror. Squadron Chief in charge of Aircraft Division which includes Power Plant, Airframes, Corrosion Control and Paraloft work centers and Material Control Division which includes Support Equipment, IMRL, AMRL, Material Control, Tool Room and Hazardous Materials work centers. Squadron Chief in charge of 100 personnel in a 209 personnel Squadron.
What motivated you to become an indie author?
Of course, the prestige of being a published author goes a long way here on the farm. Kidding aside, we all know the saying that there is a story in everybody. That's true, but not everybody will publish their story. We owe it to mankind, we must publish each of our stories in life. There is a reason that we are here, there has to be and there is! I will not withhold my story from society, and with this nobody else should. As I said we owe it, and what we owe we must repay.
What's the story behind your latest book?
My latest book, I, "J. Doe" Will Transform, is a call for awakening.We are not as safe and free as we believe to be. I have also put conspiracy theories into perspective and what we can do to overcome the conspirators. Simple solutions such as transforming our way of thinking, preparing for the inevitable and how to fight back in our own way. Violence isn't the answer, it's just a question of refusing to conform to their beliefs and to stop supporting them. Stop being herded like sheep because we as a people and individually have been created and chosen by our Creator. We were created and born free but we must remain free.
I have found Free Will in rural farm life. I wish that I could have started this lifestyle a lot earlier. I wake up to the scent of fresh vegetables and herbs in my garden. I pick my fresh fruits. I raise my own meat. My dining table is always full of fresh produce. My family only consumes fresh, clean and healthy food. I no longer have anybody to work for than myself and my family. I am entirely
A nonfiction book by R. S. Christian of 80,000 words. A retired Naval combat veteran of the Global War on Terror turned natural farmer shares his perspective on War, Peace and our times.
We must redefine our lives in a fictitious society. The government, mainstream media, and multinational corporations share one bed, made from our innocence and hard earned money. Liberalists are their watchdogs in