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Monday, August 3, 2015

Interview with Tito Capaldo, author of The Rabbit Culture


Title: The Rabbit Culture
Author: Tito Capaldo
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Pages: 200
Genre: Family/Relationship
Format: Kindle/Paperback

 Direct and vivid in its telling of the details of the adoption of a 7-year old boy from Romania after the collapse of Communism, the novel manages ultimately to deliver much more. Despite this story, I have been very lucky in my life …

I had two wonderful parents, who, in their simplicity they taught me to love and respect Nature and its Laws. I have had satisfactory work experience both economically and professionally, first as a military pilot in the Italian Air Force, and now as a Fire fighting Pilot for the Civil Defence . I am not rich, but I can not complain ..

I have everything I need. If you have the adventure to stumble upon this book and buy it, you can be sure that every cent will be used for the survival of the protagonist, my adoptive son ,when I’m gone.      
What part of the writing process is the easiest/hardest? 

If you have a clear idea of what you want to convey, everything is easy. Being myself  Italian, the most difficult thing is the translation of the book from Italian to English!

What is your writing environment like? 

When you have an idea, every place is OK.

What are some of the best tools available today for writers? 

Same as always .... a pen to write!

What inspires you to write? 

Share the story of the adoption of my son with people. To share my opinions and my thoughts with people. I'm not a professional writer, and for once, I want to be presumptuous ... in the last chapter of my book, there is a sentence that will become a milestone of this century!

.. If we do not get over the “reveal truth myth” we will be unable to establish any “shared rule”. To ordinary mortals hell is the inability to use the tools God gave us to live a full life (with our body and mind) based on mutual respect.

Did you learn anything while writing this book? 

Yes, the only law that we are allowed to know is The “Natural Order of Things”! The human animal, believed to be very intelligent,but it is actually a slave of the worst kind : a mental slave of spiritual leaders, whether they are Catholics, Jews or Muslims, who presume to possess the Revealed Truth. With his behavior, and without a serious policy of birth control, is causing serious problems that future generations will pay dearly.

What is your favorite quality about yourself? 

I am a layman, tolerant, down-to-earth, mentally free, that thinks positive: I do not need Fables told by the prophets to honor the idea of a God.


 Antonio Capaldo was born at Campo di Giove (AQ) on 14thJuly 1948. Authentic mountaineer, he spent his adolescence in close contact with nature in a mainly agricultural and pastoral farming environment at the foot of the Majella massif. After high school he passed the admission course and joined the Air Force Academy, then he obtained the license as military pilot at USAF Air Force School in the US. He served as an Air Force Pilot on C-130 aircraft at Pisa Air Base for 19 years. He had the opportunity to travel around the world and carry out several humanitarian missions. Then he was transferred to Latina Flight School where he worked as an instructor and flight examiner where he held the position of Group commander. After a 2-year service for the Major Staf (Italian Air Force) he went on leave.
 
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