But luckily for readers, for unknown reasons novelists grab those thoughts and obsess about them until they gel into book-long tales.
I obsess about many things but mostly about death and it ticks me off that I'm not going to be alive to see where technology takes the human race. Without a surreptitious break, I won't be here to meet and greet the astral aliens, either.
That I have to leave such exciting times for my children and grandchildren to experience, is utterly frustrating. My generation worked so hard to create the miracles in computing, communications, transportation and space travel. It seems unfair that the universe requires we pass the torch to our descendants and let them reap the benefits.
Ah, yes. I can only imagine what it is going to be like in 2035 and you can imagine along with me between the covers of my latest release DISPASSIONATE LIES.
Now available in paperback this amazing tale explores the good, the bad and the amazing in the world we bequeath our children. Here's hoping the coming generation is as strong, moral, clever and brave as Ladesque, the heroine in DISPASSIONATE LIES.
The world was depending on her; she had promises to keep....so begins the tale.
In celebration of the release of the paperback, please enter this rafflecopter draw for a copy (paperback or ebook, winner's choice) of SCHRODINGER'S CAT my first sci-fi novella that explores the theory of multi-universes.
In one universe her daughter is dying in another, her life is rosy--which world will Chordelia choose?