To be considered for publication they want your book proposal, and they want it badly. "They" would be the agent who uses the proposal to pitch your book to a publishing house. This proposal, however, is addressed to the people the book is addressed to. In other words, I am eliminating the middleman, which does not mean the middleman is not allowed in on the conversation.
A Time of Change - Rediscovering The True Nature of Being Human and the Origin of Civilization Earth
Paul Greene is a pen name adopted for this project.
That would be interdisciplinary narrative nonfiction. The book tells the story of what humans truly are, of their true origin, of the purpose of their being here and of how we ended up as a civilization in what has been an intricate perpetual state of crisis. In the process the reader will be taken into a journey across many interrelated fields of knowledge and many dimensions of reality.
Work on the book began in 2006. The project was finished in 2018.
In the downloadable PDF file format offered here Volume 1 has 462 pages (17 MB), Volume 2 has 393 pages (12 MB), and Volume 3 has 555 pages (39 MB). That makes for 68 megabytes of PDF files and 1,410 Word document single-space pages cover to cover.
The book has 30 chapters broken down into subchapters. Chapter 1 is the first chapter of the Volume 1 and Chapter 30 is the last chapter of the Volume 3. Volume 1 includes Chapter 1 to Chapter 13, Volume 2 includes Chapter 14 to Chapter 19, and Volume 3 includes Chapter 20 to Chapter 30.
The reader will look at approximately 130 pictures and symbols. Most images and symbols are public domain. For the rest I have obtained permission from their rightful owners, with a couple of them having no traceable source or being my property.
Throughout the book one will come across numerous links (blue font text). The hyperlinks would only be accessible in an e-book format. A Time of Change was released as an e-book the end of May 2013. It was taken down almost immediately after that, and there have been 12 complete rewritings of the manuscript since.
In most instances the links would connect to additional information and sources authenticating what was just stated based on the supporting evidence made available in the book. As a result, lack of access to these sources, access you would not have in a print version either, does not affect in any way the strength of the argument.
That said if he so chooses the reader could find the referenced source on the Internet or watch the YouTube video the link would connect to while the book file remains open on his device.
The following is the actual book proposal ...