A writer is torn between fantasy and reality for disclosing family secrets in his books.
An impoverished but honourable knight sets out to prove himself a major tourney and gets more adventure than he bargained for.
This is a transcript of the article published just today in the local paper – The Nelson Leader – talking about my latest releases in e-book format.
Among the dozens of e-mails I get – mostly unrequested – sometimes one appears that may not all it seems.
A novella that will have you gripped at page one!
Two thumbs up for Hugh Howey’s Wool. The characters of this novella inhabit a huge underground cylinder they call the silo. They can only see the outside world, where a toxic wind blows over a ruined landscape, through video cameras. Those who express a desire to leave the silo are quickly jailed and sent outside in protective suits to clean the lenses of the cameras with a wool cloth. They die when the toxic wind destroys their suits.
Guidelines for the number of words per fiction piece:- micro fiction, flash fiction, short story, novelette, novella, slim novel, average novel, long novel, epics, sequels and blockbusters.
Have you always felt that you are the next best seller in fiction? Do you feel like you have lots of ideas but don’t know how to get them down? Maybe you feel as if you can write really well but all the ideas you do get seem worthy of being used as scrap paper. Maybe you even feel both of these things; whatever your situation, remember there is a way forward.
Not only is Earth dying, the Universe itself is collapsing into the void.