One very nice review for my book contained the following comment: “It’s tough to invent a science-fiction universe from scratch, and tougher still to make readers care about the characters in that world. Usually writers pick one, intentionally or not. But the emotional guts of “Agony of the Gods” succeeds in both.” [You can see
When you’re writing there’s always the choice between the easy description and the difficult one. Media is so pervasive today that almost any idea brings forth an image. If I start describing action on the bridge of a starship, many people will accept very limited description because the mind often jumps to the bridge of
Sitting around a campfire the mind often wanders, explores new ideas or revisits old ones. Sometimes conversations just ramble until someone trips over an interesting thought. This is a page to post those thoughts about writing, science fiction, fantasy, whatever. So stare into the fire and let your mind go…
Questions about the Universe of The Machine? The Characters or Story? Ask them here. SPOILER ALERT! I will answer questions with the assumption you’ve already read Agony of the Gods. So if you haven’t, and don’t want the ending spoiled for you – CLOSE THIS PAGE!