About the Author

Robert McGinnis
Blurbarian Since March 2007
Name Robert McGinnis
Location Minneapolis, MN
Gender Male
My Occupation Professor
My Bio Robert E. McGinnis is a professor at St. Leo University and Keiser College. Dr. McGinnis has a Ph.D. in Information Technology from the Union Institute University in Cincinnati OH and a MBA from Eastern New Mexico University. He has also written a biography of Julius Caesar Hendrix, the drummer of "Special Edition" which was published in 2007. Transformation: Drums of Thunder captures the turbulent drama of life in the R&B fast lane, which weaves in and out of the stage light glamor and the dark shadows of success. Dr. McGinnis has also published a non-fiction publication, titled “Key Success Factors of Human-Computer Interface” published in 2004.

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Turquoise Moon is an edgy romantic metaphysical mystery novel with the southern flare of Erskin Caldwell or William Faulkner. The novel would appeal to the science fiction and the New Age reader whose imagination would be challenged to entertain the probability of biological imprints that can be explained by the string theory and Rupert Sheldrake’s study of Morphic Resonance fields. Turquoise Moon is emotionally charged, provocative and challenges the reader to new levels of self-examination.
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The editor of Edgar was my brilliant young friend, David Barba (age 11) of Prior Lake MN.