Leslie Peterson’s Novel to be Featured at 2015 Texas Library Association Conference

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‘Redshift Blueshift’ follows mankind’s journey into space, unforeseen consequences.

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Peterson’s book will also be on display at the 2015 Texas Library Association conference, an annual event that attracts thousands of visitors.

When the Dorts – large amoeba like alien life forms – arrived on Earth, they brought with them the knowledge of the Theory of Transformation, which led to the creation of the Unified Theory of Everything. With this theory and the Dorts’ knowledge, scientist Laura Shane was able to help mankind reach the stars in a manner never seen before. Her new cone-based travel was a miracle, until they couldn’t come back.

In author Leslie Peterson’s science-fiction novel “Redshift Blueshift: The Pendulum of Time” (published by Trafford Publishing), Laura Shane explores the depths of space and the human mind, as thousands of humans trapped on an alien planet struggle for survival. Peterson’s book will also be on display at the 2015 Texas Library Association conference, an annual event that attracts thousands of visitors.

Laura, the creator of the Earth cones, is unsure of their safety and readiness for space travel. Ned Keller, the man directing the creation of the cones, believes otherwise. Despite her reservations, Laura joins Ned and embarks on a journey to the stars. Once light years from home, they receive the startling news that Earth and the surrounding universe are in danger.

Throughout “Redshift Blueshift,” readers will watch as Ned, Laura and thousands of other humans from varying backgrounds are taken to a living, alien planet. The survivors must learn to cohabitate their new environment while battling its strange elements and deadly creatures.

“Redshift Blueshift”
By Leslie Peterson
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 588 pages | ISBN 9781425170578
E-Book | 588 pages | ISBN 9781425170585
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Leslie Peterson wrote numerous journal articles on mental health and for social-work education. He is also featured in the 1977 issue of the Journal of Education for Social Work and the Provo Papers journal. He lives and writes in Bloomington, Minnesota.

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