We’re getting closer to February 23rd, when my next novel “A Law of Constants” is available for sale, EXCLUSIVELY through Amazon.Com! “A Law of Constants” is the Science Fiction thriller about the Multiverse Madman, the Redeemer, and how his one-man mission of mercy is tearing the very fabric of time and space apart at the threads! When all seems lost, it’s up to Derek Foster and Raquel Ortiz (as appeared in 2019’s “Days of the Phoenix”) of the Langdon Agency to stop the Redeemer before time runs out. Can two of the brightest extra-normal investigators, along with a woman who has been dead for almost twenty years, and a physicist no one can find, save everything we know and love? Only one way to find out: pick up your copy of “A Law of Constants” on February 23rd, EXCLUSIVELY through Amazon.Com!
In last week’s blog, I talked about the time I heard a radio-signal get dropped like a bad habit because the host of a radio show and a caller were talking about a time traveler. Since that night, I had been obsessed with trying to find everything about the guy that I could. For this week’s blog, I wanted to share with you some of the more interesting things I’d found out about John Titor (pronounced: Tee-tor), and some of the concepts that sparked the idea for “A Law of Constants.”
Continue reading “The Revelation of John (Titor)”
I’m going to tell you something that I don’t think you’ll believe: I’m an incredible nerd. I know: how could such a monument to concentrated sex appeal and charisma possibly indulge in fiction grounded in the fringes of popular media? I grew up loving Science Fiction (SciFi) and as an adult, I still love SciFi. Don’t believe me? If you’re ever bored and have three hours to kill, ask me about my advanced theory on the T-1000 from Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
My love of SciFi started as a child watching Star Trek: The Next Generation. I wouldn’t come out and call myself a Trekkie, but I get where their love stems from and I appreciate their passion for the subject. When you really think about what Star Trek is, it’s inspiring. Gene Roddenberry created a mythos about many peoples and species coming together for the common goal of exploring space and embracing innovation for everyone. The voyagers of the SS Enterprise existed in a time when no one lusted for money or power, no one needed for anything, and they went on expeditions for the singular purpose of betterment of everyone. It doesn’t stop there either. I was an avid reader of the X-Men comic books. In the pages of X-Men I learned equality, tolerance, acceptance, and to have a distaste for racism and classism. The X-Men, a fictional team of people who were different, taught me to be a man who had love for his fellow human beings and to welcome everyone into my realm of influence.
Continue reading “My Favorite Science Fiction Tropes”
National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) was AWESOME! I crossed the finish line and finished the draft within the confines of thirty days. I am very proud of that accomplishment, I am very proud that I’ve done it twice this year. When I was done with the first draft of the manuscript (and please understand, this work won’t see the light of day for at least 24 months), I had a work in my hand that I was very proud of and enjoyed reading.
For this week’s blog, I wanted to share with you some non-spoilery things that you can look forward to from my current “Work In Progress” (WIP for you writery folks!). Continue reading “Work In Progress: What You Can Look Forward to in My Next Novel”