The family invited anyone who wanted to come to attend a public build in Morocco. Eighty people from 24 different countries all converged in Morocco for the build. It was an amazing and uplifting experience to see so many excited people gather in one place. The family learns what it is like to try to build a free energy device in a developing country.
The QEG Chronicles is the wild, bizarre and entertaining tale of a family that builds a free energy device, then gives the plans away on the internet and travels around the world helping others to build their own electricity generators. This autobiographical story, told from the perspective of “HopeGirl”, brings us through the hidden alleys of the big energy tycoons, the internet trolling cyber sphere, crop circles, alien agenda’s, new age gurus, sexual honey pot escapades, and so much more.
Over 4,000 people have downloaded and read this book. It is available in pdf format with lots of pictures, and a very popular audiobook narrated by HopeGirl that is filled with sound effects for a truly entertaining experience. Many people read the whole book in one night and we’ve gotten great reviews. It’s funny, it’s heartwarming, it’s shocking, it’s fascinating and it’s based on a true story.
To mark the one year anniversary since the books release, we are relaunching the QEG Chronicles through a new promotional campaign.