Accepted into Harvard Law School in 1964, Nicole Charbonneauand 21 other female law students did not expect an easy rode to graduation, considering they were the first women ever accepted into Harvard Law. Nicole didn't expect the treatment by fellow male law students and the damage that treatment inflicted on them. In a world where bullying and sexual harassment seem to go unpunished, can Nicole and the 21 other female law students make it to graduation? How will the women of Harvard's Law School Class of 1964 react to the treatment they receive? How many make it to graduation and how will their experiences help them in the years to come?
Across the Atlantic Ocean, Sean Adkins is about to enter the final test of his studies at Fort Monckton. Sean has been training for a career as a British agent with the Secret Intelligence Service. The Reconnaissance Test was about to start and his friend, Kent Chapman, was consumed with worry. As unprepared as Kent thought he was, Sean was confident that he would succeed. In the midst of the test, conducted at a local pub, Sean engages with a Basque ETA rebel who is on his way to Northern Ireland to help the IRA. Does Sean's discovery alter the test results and catapult him into the clandestine world he has been desiring to enter ahead of his graduation from training?
In May of 1961, President Kennedy announced the funding for special operational forces and an expansion in spending for unconventional warfare. Robert Jenkins, who as a child listened to the swashbuckling tales of his father's adventures as a Navy Scout and Raiders in WWII, is about to participate in Hell Week. His ultimate goal is to be accepted into Navy SEAL program. Will he endure Hell Week and perform well enough to move onto the 21 weeks of SEAL training?
Nicole, Sean and Robert are creating intentions that will shape the rest of their lives, but are they blind to what those intentions will bring into their lives?
When Linda Riesenberg Fisler isn’t working on her next book she is painting in her studio or riding her Trek bicycle along the many bike trails of Ohio. The former Fortune 500 consumer products manager explores art through her worldwide Internet radio show, “Art Chats with Linda Fisler”. Linda has been creative since childhood, writing stories and scripts of movies and TV shows to entertain friends. She discovered oil painting in the 1990s and began trying to express words visually. She is also a member of the Alliance of Independent Authors.
Writing Blind Influence helped Linda realize she had been blind to letting others run her life, so she began to transition to the more artistic life she has today. In addition to The Blind series of books, Linda has created a fantasy book based on her exploration of spirituality. She hopes readers will learn how to open their own eyes instead of blindly following the expectations of those around them.