Henderson, Nevada, October 14, 2010. A recent article appearing in the Las Vegas Review -Journal, Wednesday, October 13,2010 reflected some prominent relationships to the story in "Sleeper Celt" The Novel released in October, 2009 crosses the boundary between fiction and reality merging our post 9/11 world with that of a terrifying, apocalyptic future. The story involves a Venture Capitalist and a "Sleeper Cell," an agent placed into the country, not to undertake an immediate mission, but to activate at a later point in time. The book encompasses the venture capital and financial needs for infrastructure financing. The news article read:
"Obama pitches proposal to rebuild V. S. roads, bolster employment" "President points to lack of construction jobs, need for repairs," The President called on lawmakers to back an initiative to modernize the nations roads, railways and airports, prove the economy in the long run but create good jobs now. The proposal would create an Infrastructure Bank to prioritize projects of national importance and fund it with $50 billion generated by eliminating certain tax benefits for oil and gas companies.
The novel discusses the need for an "Infrastructure Bank" to finance needed construction and maintenance of roads, bridges, water and sewer systems, waste reclamation plants, transportation systems, alternative energy start ups, and solar power projects. It gives examples of houses sinking into mine shafts in Pittsburgh, antiquated municipal water and sewer systems, the bridge collapse in Minnesota, the future need for desalination systems, automobiles enveloped by sinkholes and expected infrastructure problems throughout the world. The book is currently being offered internationally on book selling sites in the United States, United Kingdom, France, Canada, Germany, India, Liberia, Australia, Spain, New Zealand, Ireland, Italy, Bulgaria, Finland, Hong Kong, Copenhagen, The Netherlands, Japan and Portugal.
The author, Ralph L. McNeal, Sr., has spent most of his professional life in the venture capital industry. He has authored a novel that brings into play the global financial considerations and futuristic financial uncertainties. Ralph has been employed in a financial and management capacity in both the public and private sectors and lectures widely on subjects of entrepreneurship, venture capital, and financial planning. He is a graduate of Central State University, Wilberforce, Ohio. "Steeper Cell" his first published book, is soon to be followed by its sequel "The Venture Capitalist."
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