Why I Am Writing Saving Camelot

You ever had that nagging feeling that something just doesn’t seem right?  That something is just…off?  And not like maybe you just left the oven on or forgot to feed the cats, but something is fundamentally wrong with the state of things in your life or the world as a whole.  For many years I have felt our world has not been right since JFK was brutally murdered in broad daylight November 22, 1963.  Almost like we are living in an alternate reality.

It was that relentless thought that has driven me to write Saving Camelot.  So many things changed after John Kennedy was killed.  How would things be different if he had lived?  And who was ultimately responsible for his death.  What did they have to gain?  Countless non-fiction books have been written on this matter, but from time to time, I believe sometimes it’s best to reveal truth through fiction.

Please join me as our protagonist Fitz struggles with his own past while trying to stop those who would alter history as we know it.

So There Were Two Oswalds?

Going back to the 1950s, there seemed to be (at least) two of the man known as “Lee Harvey Oswald.”  We have known him/them by a few different names: Lee Oswald, Harvey Oswald, Leon Oswald, and of course Lee Harvey Oswald.  There is even a good chance we have no idea who is actually buried in the grave of “Lee Harvey Oswald.”  Check out this video, share this article, and leave me a comment on your thoughts.  #SavingCamelot

About the Book

A diagnosed schizophrenic who is prone to frequent violent seizures, Fitz is no stranger to mental illness but on the morning of January 20, 2060 he is sure of one thing: his cousin, the incumbent President of the United States, is in mortal danger.  Startled by a dream he cannot yet explain, Fitz embarks on a journey to save his relative and the Kennedy legacy.  Saving Camelot tells the story of a young man grappling with his own past while trying to stop those who would change history as we know it.