The most results-effective means for this type of education will be our upcoming movie, 'The Documentalist', which is based on my book.
Burlington, Maine (PRWEB) September 8, 2009
"Cornucopia of Evil" by native Texan Michael Collins, is a no-holds-barred attack on what he believes is corruption in our legal system in every community in America. It's also full of tantalizing, sometimes heart-wrenching stories of an innocent era of growing up in the 50s, owner of an island in the Caribbean and mediating hundreds of divorces, as well as, resolving all types of tragedy issues as a 30 year experience-taught tragedy consultant.
''If my book had the blessing of Oprah it would sell a million copies over night,'' said Collins, who left a 20-year banking career to pursue his passion for helping others going through hard times of personal injustices and all types of tragedies including divorces.
Whether Oprah ever mentions his book or not, Collins is promoting it his way. He and his wife are beginning a nationwide book-tour in their motor-coach touting his non-fiction work. Signs on the side of the 36 foot bus read, ''Don't Wait for the Movie. Read the Book.''
''People do read our messages on the bus,'' he said. ''Some even honk and wave. When we park, the curious or avid readers will come to ask us questions about the book and buy their autographed copy for only $10.''
''All my life, I have been accused of not doing things as they are normally done,'' said Collins, who has homes in Maine and his native Texas.
Collins said he will go to smaller towns where the ``big authors'' never go. ``We will to go to small town newspapers and radio stations to let them know we will be at Sonic, McDonald's, a truck stop or a Wal-Mart parking lot, and wherever people gather,'' he said.
''We have already tested locations in several states and have been surprised how hungry these town folks are for what we have to offer, which is to meet the author and buy, at a discount, an autographed book,'' he said. ``My wife and I are grey-headed seniors who won't give up on our dream to get out our message.''
In his book, Collins spins colorful stories of how he was thwarted time and again as he sued corrupt judges and lawyers for what he believed to be racketeering. Judges accused him of harassment and of filing frivolous lawsuits. He also details power struggles with local public officials about getting permission to exhume his 10-year-old daughter's remains. He would learn that no one has to get permission from the government to do that. That case is still being investigated.
Collins says he will never stop telling the public about what retired US Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor calls 'lack of independent judges. ''The answer to correcting this costly social horror is educating all intellectual levels of the public. Collins concluded, "The most results-effective means for this type of education will be our upcoming movie, 'The Documentalist', which is based on my book. "