Welcome to the first novel in the epic series, Losing Humanity, the largest story ever written in the English language. The series boldly confronts politics, humanity, spirituality, religion, and social challenges that we have faced for millennia. Will humanity survive or are we destined for extinction? Can we survive the next catastrophic event? Is that catastrophic event physical or spiritual? Embarking on the epic adventure in this series will help you to discover the understanding we all will need to attain if humanity is to survive.
Finding Death is the foundation of this immense journey. Our adventure begins with a young Zackary Lester as he experiences heartbreak and social challenges that young adults confront while they begin to transition into the harsh world. Zackary's path leads him into the military where he faces the brutality of the Iraq war while serving in the US Army's Special Forces. His experiences reflect real-world battle confrontations that our young warriors were forced to endure. And it came at a very steep price... or so he thought.
RJ Seney was born in the Adirondack Mountains of New York State. He earned an AAS degree in Data Processing from Adirondack Community College and an MBA degree at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. RJ ventured into several professions before becoming a writer, some of which include automotive mechanic, Information Technology executive, President & CEO of Intranet Technologies, Inc., and Town Supervisor. He is currently the owner of New Wave Gardening LLC., where he conducts horticultural research & development and designs leading-edge hydroponic systems for residential use. Hobbies include hunting, fishing, canning homegrown produce, genetic research in poultry, and brewing beer & wine from his vineyard and orchards. His writing was inspired by three near-death experiences that changed his life forever. Those special moments in his life gave him the understanding that the meaning of life is simple, but living it has become increasingly difficult for people in modern times. RJ's advice is to live strong and true, using that as a basis to living a full life and making unselfish choices.