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Wednesday, July 13, 2022

God's Intervention : A Second Chance for Humankind by Kenneth B. Little & Helen Davies - Book Tour - Guest Post - Giveaway - Enter Daily!

Hello, lovelies!!  It gives me great pleasure today to host Kenneth B. Little and Helen Davies and their new book, “God's Intervention: A Second Chance for Humankind,” here on FAB!!  For other stops on their Goddess Fish Promotions Book Tour, please click on the banner above or any of the images in this post.

Be sure to make it to the end of this post to enter to win a $15 Amazon OR Barnes and Noble Gift Card!!  Also, come back daily to interact with Ken and Helen and to increase your chances of winning!!

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God's Intervention:

A Second Chance for Humankind

by Kenneth B. Little


Helen Davies


GENRE:  Fiction – Literary



Humans are on the brink of disaster...

In the United States, President Samuel Cummings has taken the reins of a deeply divided country at a time when nuclear, chemical, biological and cyberthreats loom.

Things look bleak until God's emissary Sarah, a composite of 40 million female souls from Heaven, arrives on Earth with the message that God is intervening in human affairs to save the human race from itself. God, she explains, is the life force of the universe, the only intelligent form of energy. People who help others grow their own life force will join God in Heaven. However, many humans are more inclined toward hatred, intolerance and greed and so God is intervening to course-correct them.

The first thing Sarah does is to announce God's edict of 'thou shalt not kill' to the world. Anyone who tries to kill another person—or who enables someone to do so—will die instead. As commander-in-chief, Cummings must call back his military troops or risk his life. He must then deal with both the fallout and benefits of the dissolution of America's military-industrial complex.

Sarah's mission is to establish a new world order that is kinder, better and united. As she guides the world through this evolution, President Cummings begins to notice a depth in his own soul that makes him both a better man and a better leader.

Sarah remains on Earth for one year to help the world come together, and leaves behind a legacy of hope—a second chance for humankind.



It was 9:02 p.m. on a Friday evening in late April, and American President Samuel Cummings sat alone in the Oval Office. He was tired. He had been watching the progress of the North Koreans with horror as they launched their first military satellite into space, and as usual, he was brooding about the state of the world, the events that had led up to this moment, and the jeopardy that his country was currently facing.

Cummings was awaiting the arrival of his Chief of Staff, Bradley Northrup. It was customary for them to meet on Friday evenings for a weekly ‘round-up’, a discussion of the past week’s events, so they could plan for the upcoming week. Northrup was running a little late, and President Cummings did his best not to be annoyed. However, he was getting hungry, and he wished he was in the White House living quarters, having dinner with the First Lady, his wife, Lorena.

He stared at his briefing notes, scanning them for the latest policy to do with North Korea, and then rubbed his eyes with fatigue. When he focused again on the paper he held in his hands, he was surprised to note the glaring whiteness of it. It suddenly seemed much brighter than normal, and the words appeared to swim nonsensically on the page. He blinked a couple of times, wondering if his eyes were playing tricks on him, and made a mental note to book an appointment with his optometrist. Then he shook the paper and tried once more to focus on the typed text, but it was no use; The letters started moving again, appearing disturbingly three-dimensional, almost as if they were going to jump off the page. He frowned, thinking, I’m tired . . . where is that damn Northrup?

Then suddenly, an unearthly light, so bright he had to shut his eyes, filled the room. It’s finally happened, he thought in shock. The Russians have nuked us. But there was no explosion, and when he opened them, he was clearly still alive. He was also beyond startled to see a woman standing in front of his desk.



Why You Might Want to Read This Book

If you are elderly:

Do you sometimes feel that your generation is leaving the world in a bit of a mess for future generations and you would like comfort that things can be worked out?

If you are young:

Are you searching for meaning in your life and a way to make the world a better place?

If you are religious:

Do you wonder why there are so many religions in the world and why they end up at war with each other?

If you are not religious:

Do you wonder why you feel so good when you help a person in need?

If you are confused about religion:

Would you like to be able to reconcile God and Science?

If you are an intelligent life form from a planet in the Andromeda galaxy:

Do the problems facing humankind bring back memories of the problems faced by your species during the “dark times”?

If you said “yes” to any of the questions above, “God’s Intervention: a second chance for humankind” is recommended reading you.

In the last hundred years, human technologies have progressed exponentially while human spiritual and social systems have languished. Nuclear, chemical, biological and cyber weapons have proliferated and now threaten human existence.

Hundreds of thousands of years of evolution have honed human animal instincts to the point that other life forms on Earth are being crowded out. Part of the success of Homo sapiens is due to the formation of strong tribal groupings.

Like wolf packs and lion prides, tribes allowed humans to acquire and defend territories to supply the resources they needed to survive.

Villages are tribes. Countries are tribes. Street gangs are tribes. Businesses are tribes. Religions are tribes.

When humans come together in tribes they become emboldened and some commit atrocities that individuals within the tribes would never commit by themselves. Even the best-intentioned tribes often end up spawning hatred and intolerance toward the members of other tribes. Many also fan the flames of jealousy and greed.

Humankind needs to find a way to course-correct and become at one with its species.

God’s Intervention” is a fiction novel in which Sarah, the embodiment of the life force of 40 million women that have lived every life and died every death from every corner of the Earth throughout human history, provides answers to these and other important questions.

Speaking with one voice (and full of life thanks to co-author Helen Davies), Sarah stands up to world leaders (mostly men) and connects directly to every person on Earth by co-opting mainstream and social media channels. She outlines the true nature of God and the universe and helps humankind begin the long process of creating a united world at peace.

Sarah’s message is clear and she cannot be ignored!



Kenneth B. Little is a 72-year-old retired business executive who is unhappy about how the state of the world has deteriorated during his lifetime.

The human population has ballooned from one billion to nearly eight billion, and people have moved off the land into massive cities where they have no ability to survive on their own. Instead, we rely on massive electrical grids energized by power plants largely burning fossil fuel; we’ve developed industrial complexes and global transportation systems that also rely on fossil fuel; we’ve created corporate farms that promote animal cruelty and destroy the soil by overusing chemicals; we’ve decimated our ocean marine life by dragging the ocean floor; we’ve created plastics that pollute land, rivers, lakes and oceans; and, of course, we’ve created nuclear, chemical, biological and cyber weapons that are now in the hands of unstable countries and terrorist organizations.

In short, we are racing headlong into a series of mass extinction events.

At seventy-two, Ken felt motivated to try to create a better world for his grandchildren by writing a fiction book full of non-fiction ideas that could potentially correct many of the world’s problems. Realizing that the only two avenues toward this were themes of divine intervention or mass extinction, he chose divine intervention as the solution, creating a scenario where God could step in to save humankind.

Ken wrote his initial manuscript during the Covid-19 lockdown, a 70,000-word overview that his wife told him read like a textbook. Deciding to see professional help, he engaged Tellwell Publishing to do a critical edit, which was performed by Tellwell editor Helen Davies.

Helen was intrigued by the storyline but, like Ken’s wife, felt it needed a lot of work to develop the characters and make it more engaging. With Tellwell’s blessing, Ken then contracted Helen to do just that. Thus began a most unusual and successful collaboration!

Says Ken:

Helen and I are completely different people. She is a writer, musician, and farmer. I am the grumpy old man who watches European business news when I get up at 3:00 a.m. We live as far apart as possible in Canada. She lives in Victoria on the West Coast, and I live in Fredericton on the East Coast. We have never met, yet we talked for nearly two hours on our first phone conversation. Usually, I never talk for more than five minutes with anybody on the phone. What unites us is that we share a passion for this story, and for the idea of a better, more united world.

During the writing process, Helen routinely sent me edited chapters, one at a time, always with the tagline, “I hope you like it.” I like it very much; the story I wrote that sounded like a textbook now brings tears to my eyes.

God’s Intervention: A Second Chance for Humankind is a story of hope.

We hope you like it.

Kenneth B. Little and Helen Davies





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  1. I love the cover and the synopsis and excerpt have intrigued me, God's Intervention: A Second Chance for Humankind sounds like a must read for me and I am looking forward to it. Thank you for sharing the authors' guest post, bios and book details

  2. Thank you for sharing the excerpt.

    1. Helen and I hope you read the book and you find it inspiring.

  3. Helen and I hope you decide to read the book and that you find it inspiring.

  4. Nice book cover and the book sounds interesting.

    1. The book cover signifies the important role that women must play in getting humankind back on course. Helen and I hope you read and enjoy the book.

  5. Thanks for the great excerpt. The book sounds interesting.

    1. Helen and I hope you read and enjoy the book.

  6. God's emissary Sarah has god-like abilities and an impish personality. She brings life to the story of what humankind must do to survive and realize its potential. We hope you read and enjoy the book.

  7. This sounds like a great book.

    1. Helen and I hope you read the book. As you will see throughout the book women are the key to saving humankind.

  8. The story line brought Helen and I into a collaberation even though we have never met each other. We hope you like it too.