It has been many a moon since I update you on the progress of Tabula, my epic SciFi novel about climate war, genetic alteration, time travel, war, corruption, hope, and love.
I’ve been sitting down thinking “I need to write the best science fiction novel of the 21st century!” or “I need to write something that will sell a million copies!” or just “I need to write well.” These are all useless mindsets.
By way of apology for the lack of content and my false promises of the same, here's an unedited excerpt from the novel.
Didn't even get drunk on NYE, because I wanted a whole morning of work on my novel. For an Australian, that's true commitment.
The problem with getting up at 5am is needing to get to sleep before 10:30pm
Don't settle for basic word processors – get yourself a good writing program to free up your creativity.
This morning I ran into some of the more 'hard science fiction' elements of my story now and was reminded how much research I still need to do.
Netflix's 'The Expanse' is really awesome TV, but as sci-fi it fails to imagine anything truly beyond our world.