Apologies for my absence last week. I know you all missed me terribly but I’m back with a new story concerning two of the characters in my forthcoming novel, The City of the Gods.
Picking up from where we left off last week, things become rather explosive in Locke’s Town.
Brad Bird’s Tomorrowland suffers from its jumbled opening and inconsistent tone but there is the occasional spark.
This week we return to my dystopian young adult future series as Sara begins to question her past.
For more on Homeworld: Earth read Chapter One and Chapter Two.
The ancient prophecy predicted the demon queen would die, but now the prophecy lies broken.
Steampunk is a new genre for me, with this story being inspired by the image above from DireImpulse on DeviantArt and Trudi Canavan’s Thief’s Magic which I recently read. As ever, I hope you enjoy and there may be more to come!
You may have read my House of Cards-inspired story a few weeks ago and its follow-up. Here we pick up the story once more as the queen adjusts to her new position and meets a potential adversary.
As a continuation to my story last week, here’s more of desolate Eden and the arrival of some unexpected visitors. As for a name, I believe I may have found one in Homeworld, but these things can always change.
Two articles on the blog in a week. I’m getting very adventurous, aren’t I? I originally called this story ‘Ascension’ but the Syfy series stole the name so for now I’m going with the most generic title I can think of because, let’s face it, who hasn’t written a young adult dystopian future trilogy at this point?
Better Call Saul made me like Jimmy McGill, something I never thought possible. (Spoilers below.)