Some books, some movies, have this tragic heart-breaking moment for our main protagonist, where the viewers/readers cannot but weep with them.
I love those scenes!
I love watching them (in movies), reading them (in books) and writing them as well (in my own novels). If you like those too, do let me know what do you think about Shakespearian scenes in my own novels.
“A mysterious Vision.
An astounding new world.
And a life she never could have imagined.
Five thousand years in the future, the Earth is dead. A galactic network of terraformed planets, connected by teleportation portals, is populated by the genetically improved Descendants. The original Humans, labeled dangerous and barbaric, are kept under constant surveillance.
In this seemingly peaceful society, Dora Dana Dasnan, a gifted Visionaire, serves the leading race of Descendants by reporting her Visions of the future. But when one of her Visions predicts the unthinkable — contact with a Human man — Dora’s carefully ordered life begins to unravel as she desperately tries to hide her thoughts from her masters. Continue reading “The Senthien”
Back from the dead. And not as a zombie as some of my youngest family members would like! 🙂
No, I am finally at the end of the long journey of writing my first book, “The Mind”. And the journey demanded a whole lot more than I thought when I was starting out. Continue reading “What is the book about?”
I believe that literary work doesn’t really belong to me any more once it’s out in the public. Every reader then makes of it whatever they want in their own imagination. So my intention was to not talk about “Far Away” at all, but there are two things that are mentioned in the story that I would like you to see/hear.
Continue reading ““Far Away” up-close”