It’s the weekend, but I thought I’d toss on a comment about going to a geek party.
Writing is a very vulnerable thing. Very vulnerable. You, as the writer, have a story to tell. You clearly value this story, you are taking the time to write it, after all. You’re excited about it. You love it. In Sci-Fi, you love the gadgets your mind has invented, the expansiveness of
I think that when someone hears a person say, “I’m a writer” they think of someone punching words into a word processor via a keyboard, or the more romantic might think of an industrious individual laboring over reams of paper with a pile of wadded up failures next to them on the
So if you were the Captain of a crippled ship, with only one island within range before your vessel surely sinks, what would you name it? Captain Dayson names the single K4 class orange dwarf star her crew finds to be close enough to reach “Destiny”. Disclaimer: Names may be changed at
Here is the first half of Chapter 1. This is SciFi, so if it’s not your cup of tea, I apologize. But it’s what I am, a creative scientist. Writing SciFi perfectly fills my need for creative expression and research. For the record, I’m not looking for a fan club per se.
It seems like there should be something monumental about creating a blog to put your experiences into writing. I’m actually putting my experiences about writing into writing. I’ve decided to take the step that so many take and write a novel. Three in fact. I know the odds are against it, but