Interview with Andrew Barbour, author of The Red Book

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The Red BookTitle: The Red Book
Author: Andrew Barbour
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Pages: 252
Genre: Science Fiction
Format: Ebook 

This is the culmination of what began on October 6, 2013, at 8:12 a.m.

It was to be The Blue Book: The Ultimate Project.

In increasing clarity, these books show first the preparation and then the arrival in the first book—which, I freely admit, is not easy to read.

But any change that I made, made it nearly impossible to continue until I reversed the change that I had made. It was realized that things had to be effectively translated. This is what led to the creation of The Red Book. So using what I had learned and figured out, I applied the same technique to a digital camera, and the results speak for themselves.

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1. Can you please tell us about you book and why you wrote it?
 The Red Book; Project Complete is the second part of an Extra Terrestrial Disclosure Project attempting to show, occasionally clearly, that we are not alone on this planet, it was initially intended as a translation of The Blue Book: The Ultimate Project but became something more.

2 What were some of the biggest challenges you faced writing it?
 My own skeptism on the matter of Extra Terrestrial existance and overcoming the fear of the stigma that would be attached with such an undertaking and maintaining a single point of focus.

3. Do you plan any subsequent books?
 I have enough material for a 3rd part of the Disclosure Project that goes far beyond anything I ever imagined,one that will show a stark truth, but it is not time for this yet.

4. When and why did you begin writing?
 The Photographs that make up the visual language in The Blue Book; The Ultimate Project and subsequent Red Book; Project Complete began with the first photograph taken on 6th October 2013 for some time after this the concept of a book was never even contemplated until a situation arose where it became the only option. It is intended as a realisation of a truth, that we are not alone.

5. What is your greatest strenght as an author?
  An ability to keep moving forward in spite of everything else being in opposition.

6. Did writing this book teach you anything?
 Yes but the most important were the realisation that we are not alone on this planet, and that the people who say they want to know, understand and help were revealed as having a hypocritical attitude in that it was not real because it did not tick all the right boxes and conform to their own opinion.
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