It was at the latter school that John taught Iceberg partner and author Kenneth Tam both history and English, fostering a love of those subjects that set Kenneth on the course both to his degrees and his future writing pursuits.
In 2007, after writing several successful handbooks for students in the subject of history, John worked with Iceberg on A Personal Journey to the Heart of Teaching, a reflection of the lessons he had learned across the span of his career.
The book remains a favorite among teachers and students alike, and in 2008, secured a Bronze Medal from the Independent Publisher Book Awards.
John continues to pursue his passion for writing, with his next aim being the pursuit of fiction. He lives in Waterloo, Ontario, with Anne, his bride of forty years.
The Genesis Saga, Book One
Marco Rossini is a historian with no political aspirations, and no desire for power.
However, he possesses unique knowledge that is about to change his life: he knows the human history of the planet Earth.
The year is 2796 CE, and on the planet Genesis, human civilization looks very similar to the world it left behind.
One difference dominates: a Church, created by the United Nations to compel peace, has ruled for seven centuries. Now, in the wake of a brutal war that aligned humanity with the new rulers of Earth, the old ways have been shattered, and Genesis needs a new, egalitarian government.
Marco is the right man to help lead the change, but as the professor soon discovers, the battle between Church and state is far from over, and both sides are willing to spill blood.
Struggling to remake his world, to find love, and to survive in troubled political waters, can Marco Rossini change history?
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