I don’t remember if I ever share with you the reference materials that I use in my book. So, for the first time ever, I’m sharing with you The Mind Control Assassins reference materials.
What I mean by that is the books and the website I use as a reference for writing the story. I wish that I can be this creative when it comes to coming up with my own theory. But it’s too bad that I can’t do that to save my life.
With that said, let’s jump in.
The Mind Control Assassins reference materials
To be honest, I’m somewhat ashamed to admit it. But I didn’t keep track of most of the reference materials I use during the writing process. One of the culprits is me conducting a research at the spur moment.
Whenever I need a clarification, I will do a specific research during the writing process. While I’m the kind of person who must have the concept being laid out before I start writing, there are times when a random Google search is necessary.
As a result, I didn’t keep track of all the websites that I used for reference. But then again, there’s a website that I use specifically as a reference.
Besides a website, I also depend on the book as a reference as well.
I will have to say that these two reference materials make up the basis of Trigger Locked series in general.
Here are the research materials that I use when I wrote The Mind Control Assassins.
Vigilant Citizen website
I came across this website a few years back when I was doing a random Google search. I wasn’t so sure what I was searching back then.
But their blog post about Taylor Swift caught my attention. It was starting from there that I began to learn all sorts of things related to mind control. It was thanks to this blog post about the origins and the techniques of mind control that became the foundation of The Mind Control Assassins.
The inspiration about Momoko Sugita being a mind control assassin is based on this blog post, in case you’re wondering.
You can say that this website isn’t that different from the conspiracy theory website out there. But I love reading Vigilant Citizen because of its in-depth analysis of everything in the entertainment industry.
I tend to come back to this website from time to time. But I always end up having a sleepless night right after reading pretty much most of the articles there.
The Spy Secret That Can Save Your Life by Jason Hanson
What’s the best way to learn about being a spy other than from someone who is a spy itself, right? That’s what this book is all about since it was a book about self-defense by a former CIA.
I came across this book when I heard about it in Rich Dad Radio Show. When I heard about the book for the first time, I knew that I had to get the book. So, I finally got the Kindle version of the book around two weeks before Christmas.
I have to admit that it was the most expensive Kindle book I ever got. But I was so glad that I did it because the book has tons of useful information about protecting yourself like how a spy would do.
I highly recommend you to get this book since the book contains a lot of practical advice about self-defense.
If you’re interested in getting this book, you can get it right here:
I admit that you don’t see Touka doing all the things mentioned in this book that much in The Mind Control Assassins. But you can see her implement all the things in this book in A Triggered Past.
It’s never too late
To be honest, I feel that it’s already too late for me to share with you The Mind Control Assassins reference materials. After all, the book has been around for almost two years already.
But at the same time, I feel that it’s better late than never.
The rest of the books also follow the same writing process where I do a lot of research before and during the writing process.
So, you can expect to see more research materials that I use in the book right here on this blog in the near future.
Keep your eyes glued on the next reference materials that I’ll be sharing with you soon.