Human Futurology Blueprint of author Nora Roberts

Who is Nora Roberts and why is she so famous? It would be hard to find a writer as unpretentious as Roberts. She's 61, of Irish-American stock, and still lives in the same house she moved in to as a newly wed teenager, aged 19. This despite her considerable wealth (she earns an estimated $60m a year) and her phenomenal success: in 2007,

Human Futurology Blueprint of author Nora Roberts2022-08-05T22:04:56+10:00

The Thorn Birds by Colleen McCullough

One of the most widely read books in the history of fiction This human futurology (HF is the applied science linked to furthering the understanding of a person’s unique Intelligent Mathematical Blueprint, IMB) research work into bestselling book, The Thorn Birds by Colleen McCullough, reveals that her Hidden Passion Number is the number3 (the number of imagination, self-expression, creative communication). It also reveals

The Thorn Birds by Colleen McCullough2022-08-05T22:07:05+10:00

Hummingbird

Half awake, 16-year-old Gizela fought against the entanglement of her sweat-drenched bedsheets. Exhaustion straddled her chest. She stretched her mouth in a forced yawn and reached for a snatch of oxygen, forcing it down her throat into her chest. On the third try, she managed. She untangled her legs and slumped on the edge. Sightless, she stared at her dream catcher hanging against the

Hummingbird2022-08-05T22:10:28+10:00

Shadows of a New World Order

Jína grimaced and rubbed her neck. A dull ache had lodged out of reach behind her shoulder blades. She gripped the edge of her desk, pushed back her office chair and wiggled her feet into her sturdy black pumps. She raised her arms above her head, lifted her chin, and stretched up to the ceiling. The vertebrae in her back cracked. She tucked

Shadows of a New World Order2022-08-05T22:11:52+10:00

What makes a bestselling fantasy author?

There are so many diverse views on this topic! Here’s what Claire Bradshaw has to say about what makes a bestselling fantasy author.: A magic system: This is the element that sets fantasy fiction apart from other genres. For a story to be considered ‘fantasy’, it needs to contain some sort of magic system. But what exactly do we mean by this? In

What makes a bestselling fantasy author?2022-08-05T22:12:53+10:00

Belle’s Escape

Disoriented, Belle sat up in the claustrophobic dark. Her mouth tasted gritty. She inhaled. The smell of mildew mixed with half-rotten beetroot assailed her. Her nostrils flared. Her stomach revolted and shot a live-fire ball of acid into her throat. She gagged. The top half of her body folded over. She opened her mouth and expelled a dribble of bitter bile. Belle rocked back

Belle’s Escape2022-08-05T22:21:54+10:00

Numerology of The Missing Sister by Lucinda Riley

The Missing Sister by Lucinda Riley was published 3 weeks before her death! From the Sunday Times number one bestselling author Lucinda Riley, The Missing Sister is the seventh instalment in the multimillion-copy epic series The Seven Sisters. The UK’s Daily Mail writes: “They’ll search the world to find her. I have loved the Seven Sisters from the get-go and this latest

Numerology of The Missing Sister by Lucinda Riley2021-07-20T08:35:28+10:00

Alice

It was June 23, 1723. Twelve-year-old Alice hovered at the edge of the village where she lived with her Grandpa. Her freshly washed copper hair glinted in the sun. A tremor of trepidation piano-fingered up her spine. No longer considered a child, she had no choice but to join the Midsummer festivities as an available maiden. Ahead, the village green bustled with preparations

Alice2021-06-03T04:35:26+10:00

Analysing the Kay Scarpetta Series by Patricia Cornwell

17//8, 21//3 & 18//9 powered Postmortem, the 1st novel of the Kay Scarpetta Series This applied numerology research case study investigates the Kay Scarpetta Series of novels by Patricia Cornwell that launched in 1990 with Postmortem. Since 2018 we have been conducting and publishing in-depth research into what numbers and number sequences were driving the years that were responsible for international bestselling authors

Analysing the Kay Scarpetta Series by Patricia Cornwell2021-05-19T03:29:08+10:00

Fenrir’s Cub

Blue eyes wide with wonder, her nose pressed to the small window, Virginia gazed at the jaw-dropping view displayed below. Nervous excitement bubbled behind her navel. My first archaeological dig. She sighed and leaned back against the headrest. Rough winds buffeted the 8-seater plane as it dropped to the landing strip. It slewed to a sideways stop with a squeal of brakes, barely missing

Fenrir’s Cub2021-05-21T21:02:03+10:00
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