Joel grew up in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn New York. His mother is of French descent. His first language is French. Living in a Spanish speaking community, he leaned to speak Spanish through conversation with his neighbors. In school he learned to speak English.
Joel grew up with 7 brothers and sisters, 2 cousins, his aunt, and his parents. A household of 11. His parents noticed his thirst for reading and bought the complete Encyclopedia Britannica set from A - Z. In time he read all the encyclopedias from A - Z. Through his insatiable love of reading he understood that having a 'Vision" is what opens up doors. Through this ever expanding vision he writes about this underwater journey never before encountered. Stay tuned for the Aqua PhII, book two, "Under Space", his vision takes us to a world never before ventured into, beneath the earth.
In the far distant future,when we had colonized space,there were those of us who remained loyal to the earth.But the earth was ruined because of our lust for power.And so we built cities and took residence in them beneath the seas roiling waters.
The Globe (the great underwater sphere city) is filled with excitement and hurrying about in preparation for this day. Even the sea itself and sea creatures seem to scurry around the globe in excitement. The wedding ceremony begins. Qualdor and Sunny meet each other on stage and the minister begins, he ask Sunny to repeat after him and she answers his question by answering, “I do”. Qualdor repeats after the minister, and when Qualdor opens his mouth to answer, a loud sound boom rocks the Globe. Screams and shrills fill the air, panic replaces joy and happiness. From the stage, Qualdor looks at his father and his mother for answers. They in turn stare about hoping that their glare spots the cause of the blast. When Sunny gathers herself enough to see her parents from her position onstage, another blast erupts, causing the stage to fall and the ground quakes.
" The idea of an under the ocean colony, The Globe, set in future is fascinating. Some of the technological aspects, details, are interesting and well done. The idea pulled me into this work...." - Harold Adams, Weekly News
"This imagination of a colony is exciting and fascinating. To the point where I found myself in full emotion. This achievement is and will remain exceptional...." - Alora Jackson, Journalist's Tribune