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Super Human 2020: New Cover, Sneak Peak

For the past six months I’ve been working with award-winning writing coach Masheri Chappelle on a ground-up rewrite of Super Human. This rewrite is so significant it will be a brand new book with a new ISBN number and a new cover, which I’m proud to show publicly for the first time here. We’re just over half-way through the book, so publish ETA is summer 2020. My sincerest thanks to Masheri, she’s been a fantastic writing coach… I’ve learned so much about storytelling, and I hope readers of all ages will love it.

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In Case You Thought Super Human was Fiction

Psychology Today: Experiments Suggest Humans Can Directly Observe the Quantum
May 31, 2019

“As we’ve been saying in different ways for these past months, what has been emerging from a wide range of often non-communicating researchers in multiple independent (also often non-communicating) but related disciplines, as well as from pan-global, cross-cultural sources and institutions, is an extraordinary, unprecedented body of new knowledge concerning human potential–in a strict, rigorous, formal, and profound scientific sense.” 

—William C. Bushell and Maureen Seaberg

The implications of humans having evolved biological structures to observe quantum-level events supports Remote Viewing, precognition and more. What’s next? Beyond observing quantum-level events would be influencing them. This would support remote influencing and telekinesis. Science is catching up with what mystical traditions and psychics have known for millenia.

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Super Human: A Young Adult Sci-Fi Novel

Super Human is the first book in a new Young Adult Science Fiction series.
Super Human, 1st edition is out of print. 2nd edition will be released summer 2020.

Super Human is the first book in a new Young Adult Science Fiction series. Through an out-of-this-world adventure, it takes a close look at the role of anxiety and our thoughts on outcomes in our lives.

Readers praise Super Human:

“I was hooked from page 1. I started out expecting a fun-filled Sci-Fi novel. The deeper I got in the more I realized that there was so much more to take away. By the end, I found myself adjusting the way I look at everyday situations. For people with anxiety, this is a must-read. I highly recommend!”

— Anna

“This YA book is not usually my genre but it grabbed me on page one. This fast-moving story made for a fun read with important messages for all ages. I can and would like to see a series with Will, Lily, & Russell. I want more. I now need to rethink my dismissal of this genre.”

— Amazon review

“Super Human is one of the best young-adult books I’ve read in that it introduces the power of positivity, a mindset to which our teenagers need to be exposed to prepare for life.
I highly recommend this book…
– to all parents of children in their early teens and their teens,
– to teachers of high-school students and their students,
– to tutors who suggest books to their tutees,
– to counselors who work with teenagers,
and to everyone else.
I look forward to reading the next one in the series.”

— Amazon review

(Super Human is currently in the middle of a ground-up rewrite, and will be available summer 2020)

Dan Pouliot

About the Author
A New Hampshire native, Dan Pouliot got his BFA at UNH, and his digital works are in multiple permanent collections. Dan’s been a positive psychology student, practitioner & coach, then a blogger, then an amateur Remote Viewer, a tad psychic, and now a novelist.

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Everyone Has an Origin Story

A tragic turn of events unleashes new, unfamiliar superpowers that shock the wielder, eventually forcing him to face his moral obligation to reduce the suffering of those around him.

The New World, 1978. As early as 6th grade, I was already captivated by the evolution of humanity, hope for improvement, and an awareness that we live our lives in a blip on the larger arc of history. Homo Sapiens is the one obscured by the ship’s exhaust (before catalytic converters!), shooting for sport. Or perhaps out of fear. This drawing meant so much to me that I’ve kept it all these years. It is the only drawing I still have from elementary school.