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Toward Human Extinction: A Warning is a book of poetry and creative prose. Its themes focus primarily on climate change, a warning about global threats to human survival, and the need for the human race to make every effort to prevent its premature extinction as a species. Featured poem titles include “Toward Human Extinction?” “Peace with Earth,” “A Prayer for the Human Species,” “Biology 101, Section Homo Sapiens,” “My Message to the Human Race,” and “Global Warming: Global Warning.” A minority of poems and poetic prose on other themes include “A Tribute to Muhammad Ali,” “A Tribute to Jimi Hendrix,” and “A Letter to Sandy Hook Heaven.”

And Jesus Spoke on YouTube is a book of poetry and creative prose. It continues author Harper’s warnings and benevolent messages on themes of social justice, peace, love, spirituality, human nature, relationships, natural beauty, holistic health, climate change, and the threat of premature human extinction. Featured titles within the book include “And Jesus Spoke on YouTube,” “Mandela,” “Stop the Killing,” “Black Man in a Red Shirt,” and “Educating Our Children.” “And Jesus Spoke on YouTube,” the longest poem at 12 pages, speaks to the true mission of Jesus as a teacher and healer, and it reminds us to live a life based upon Jesus’s teachings of love, giving, forgiveness, tolerance, and sacrifice for good cause.

It’s Not Too Late is a book of poetry, poetic prose, and prose. Its theme and messages warn the reader that it’s not too late to develop the light of talent within us, to find and realize our purpose in life, to do the right things, to cooperate globally as one human race without group conflict and violence, and to save ourselves from premature extinction as a human species. Featured titles within the book include “And God Spoke on TV,” “And Still We Had the Strength to Smile: Reflections on the Black American Struggle,” “A Tribute to White Civil Rights Advocates in U.S. History,” “It’s Not Too Late,” and “Martin, Malcolm, and Medgar.”

On Social Justice, Climate Change, and Human Destiny warns the human race of its risk of premature extinction if global plans are not made for survival in this new world age of rapid climate change, devastating climatic events, nuclear threats, and risk of extraterrestrial impact, e.g., by an asteroid or comet. Poetry and prose within this book urge human beings around the world to live in peace and cooperation for the betterment and longevity of humankind. The author also includes poems about the many miracles and natural beauties of planet Earth.

The Durabone Prophecies is a novel about human nature and human destiny. It is a multiplot story of romance, relationships, family, human emotions, and pleasure vs. purpose. Also, it is a mystery novel with psychic predictions for the future of Earth and the human race. Four riveting romance stories are intertwined and involve major characters who unexpectedly find love. The major plot and all subplots are related in some way to the main character and counseling psychologist, Dr. Franklin Durabone, who, after a near-death experience, commits to his destined purpose to write The Durabone Prophecies. This prophetic book by Dr. Durabone is based on the psychic revelations of his mother, “Mama Durabone,” who sees alternative destinies for Earth and its human race through her prophetic visions and dreams. The story takes the reader to Paris (France), Washington, DC, Chicago, Virginia, and Florida. For the reader of The Durabone Prophecies, author Frederick Douglas Harper evokes intense emotional feelings, loud laughter, sensual arousal, nostalgic memories, intellectual debate, philosophical questions, and spiritual exploration.
The Durabone Prophecies is a self-help novel, because psychological principles and messages are embedded in the story. Also, characters are subliminal teachers and role models of human imperfection and vulnerability as well as human possibility and hope.

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