Why you must read Sean Lester Durham’s 15 Hours
15 Hours utilizes the mind opening concept that the Universe limitless existence holds no boundaries around us or in our lives.
Forced to cut his business trip short due to a family tragedy back home in Florida, Steve boards a fifteen hour business flight back home but, quickly discovers that the flight isn’t an ordinary flight. He soon discovers that the next fifteen hours will force him to open his usually closed mind, question everything around him and become closer to everything that the universe has now opened him up to.
What genre is this?
15 Hours will appeal to the readers that enjoy reading creative/unique stories that challenge their thinking, force them to think outside of the box and that initiate meaningful and spirited dialog and discussions.
This is obviously a novel that works on a deeper level than most; where did your inspiration come from?
The concept ingrained in and the inspiration behind this story is simply that anything is possible. Anything that we can think of, imagine, put together within the depths of our subconscious and send out into the universe is not only possible, but because of the infinite and immense possibilities of the universe and outside of said universe, is probable.
Tell us a little more about Steve.
Sounds like he’s heading for a rude awakening.
Special Agent in Charge Dave Watson – Experienced, emotional, by the book leader that believes in getting the job done no matter what. Caring and committed to those that he lead. Very good at what he does and demands those that he leads to be the as good.
Bradley Thomas – Steve’s row neighbor on the airplane. Retired Physician. Older and wise gentlemen with a gentle touch.
Have you written any other books that we should read next?
You’re really into numbered titles, aren’t you?
What’s next for you?
The screenplay on the other hand, will jump back into the mind opening concepts. The creative and highly unique storylines that I’ve become accustomed to writing.