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)”
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I’ve been alive thirty-five years and I have seen enough history to be the lyrics of a Billy Joel anthem in those three and a half decades. Never in my life have I ever seen a year suck so completely that it has been deemed an unmitigated cosmic clusterf*** before it’s even half over. So far, this year has been llama crap stuffed with cat crap, served with a garnishing of chimpanzee crap — the outcome for the other half of the year isn’t looking any better, either.
Continue reading “Weaseltheory: Yes, it exists.”
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”
Time travel is one of my favorite fictitious plot devices. The concept is practically the cheapest way of getting yourself out of a plot jam — “Oh crud, how does the hero get out of this predicament that I’ve written myself into? I’ve got it! He travels back in time and saves himself!” The tawdriness of it aside, I can thank one Mr. Herbert George Wells for introducing the literary device into the public consciousness. H.G. Wells wrote such prototypical novels as “War of the Worlds” and “The Time Machine.” Continue reading “Explaining 2018 to H.G. Wells”