Born in 1965, Jeff Schmoke having recently suffered a motorcycle accident almost brought his novel to a traumatic ending. Being a local resident of Santa Clara, California, after having received his high school diploma, he served four years in the U.S. Navy and two deployments on the U.S.S. Enterprise. Understanding that dreams can become true, lost or forgotten of course is something that the author also tries to accept, and it is because of this is why the sense that is meant to be portrayed in OBLIVION II is intended and kept for how continuity and the scientific unknown that “exists” in the most deepest areas of space holds the nightmares that this book will depict in one of the coming dimensional shifts in history still awaiting the correct moment to occur in will happen. "I totally love science fiction, but I hate it when there’s those out there that say that sci-fi is a kids thing. From when I was a child, I would “swear” that I had witnessed things that could be seen with the naked eye in space, like the night with my father. What was actually large and outside the earth’s orbit we saw, also I saw what looked like a reflection off of something but as you could see, this “had” to be somewhere outside the solar system. It’s to me a total irritation that in films it seems that there’s always some kind of funny or goofy attitude that tells viewers that they’re watching a movie, sometimes this is even conveyed in novels, and this is not how I wrote mine”. Having taken 3 and a half years to write just the rough draft, with both attitude and artistic thought created a collage of alien matter.