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Dropped Calls

Dropped Calls will ring like a lost phone and have you scrambling to pick up the call. Should water, food, and even the air we breathe become threatened? Providence assembles at the bugler’s call. When democracy is under threat from our collective complacency, these words shall find meaning in the screaming echoes of two centuries past “eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.

In this work of fiction, the resonance of truth should challenge the reader’s sagacity so that each person becomes the keystone to the solution. Just like Siddhartha, to read it once is a revelation, and immersed deep in its pages, understanding and enlightenment may develop.

Perhaps some of the people and places in this book are familiar to you. Imagine the events that unfold happening to your loved ones, in your backyard, or on your watch. Prudence necessitates reading Dropped Calls as an act of prevention and a pathway to compassion.

Robert McGuiness

Robert McGuiness was born in Bayshore New York. He attended school in Smithtown and graduated from Smithtown High School in 1972. He made his way to the West Coast in 1976 and has made Northern California his home ever since . He enjoyed being a “Back to the Lander” and lived remotely, off grid. He has two children, Jewel and Bob, and a dog named Marbles. Currently he is involved with an Oak Restoration project, and associate of the Josephine Porter Institute for Applied Biodynamics. and a member of the North American Lily Society. When not busy he writes and studies and enjoys music.

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