Good question? What is next for me? I always get like this once the book I’ve put my heart and soul into for many weeks, sometimes months, is finally published and waiting to be found, read and reviewed by you.
To be honest at the moment I’m not sure what’s next for me – many weeks reading is one thing I’m definite about. After all, out of reading other writer’s work come inklings for a future book. Those of you who have followed me from day one know that my number one literary passion is Science Fiction. Maybe I’ll write another, maybe not.
For those of you who have already bought and read my latest The Forgotten People the idea for it came from a strange thought that occurred a few months ago when I was reading about early mankind – where did we come from? I firmly believe that we are not another branch of the large Simian family as many scientists and scholars claim. The facts simply don’t stack up against the so-called evidence gathered, for them to make their wild assertion! In other words, what no academic can definitely say, simply because there is no categoric proof, is that we are descended from apes. My theory in The Forgotten People about us being created as an experiment that went drastically wrong by a superior humanoid race makes far more sense. One thing I point out in the novella is why is it that no academic has ever found out why the cultured Sumerians suddenly appear soon after the European looking Egyptians who ruled over Egypt’s largely arabic population die out? Come to think of it, where did they come from in the first place???
PS – I can’t speak for my fellow writers, but I always feel drained after I’ve finished writing and publishing a book, which is what I’m feeling right now…
Readers here in the UK – click on the red link above to purchase my latest book The Forgotten People and see if you agree with my ideas. As for the rest of you, you’ll find it at the Amazon site you use. Just type in my name and the novella’s title.