So my 12 year old daughter and I took a walk the other day, and she was telling me about this dream she had. In her defence she is watching the walking dead, and I do not believe in censorship of fictive shows or movies.
Well my daughter told me about this dream which went something like this; it was the zombie apocalypse and the main person was an android, but didn’t know it himself. He only found out because he was bit by a zombie.
I think this is a GREAT idea to work from! I asked her if I could borrow her idea to write it, and she was a little surprised that I thought her dream sounded like something that could be a story. They know I write, but never read anything I made. In the end she told me that I could have her idea, but…
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See my post about Anne Rice over at Emotional Minefield.
So we are working on something which will not be published elsewhere than here for free.
Kryos is not a bad book per se, but it is written by inexperienced us years ago, and also it leaves a lot of room for improvement, and I wanted to fix those holes a little, with alternative endings (no secret I always hated the ending we were asked to make instead of the one it originally had) and filler scenes, it’s just a pet project and we have no time horizon on this, nor any direction.
Okay so honestly I did add a little in for drama, but it IS actually true that he fell over and it is true that he died like he did in the hospital – and it is also true that his emergency alarm went off several time during that evening shift.
It was super creepy, so I figured why not turn it into something more.
See my post over on Emotional Minefield about my adventure looking for the Spook Light.
Things I learned at Camp!
I went to my first Word-Camp this past weekend, and boy did I learn a lot. One of the things I learned is that I should not cross post by putting the exact same content on this blog and Emotional Minefield!
Please follow the link above to see my post about my Word-Camp experience!