In the very distant future humanity has colonised the universe thanks to faster than light travel. With these new frontiers, however, comes new obstacles and enemies. Captain Harlock, a feared space pirate, has grown tired of humanities failings.
He has travelled the universe collecting the time nodes. Once he has them all he will destroy them and restart time to make a better future.
Yama, a young botanist(?), agrees to go undercover and infiltrate Captain Harlock’s crew. His mission is to kill Harlock and stop his insane quest. However, all is not as it seems. Can Yama stop the immortal Captain Harlock or is humanity doomed? Continue reading “Harlock: Space Pirate”
With her remote community face the real threat of starvation, Zuru heads out into the infinite city in search of food. Endless tunnels and passageways stretch out in every direction, deserted and desolate. Safeguards monitor the surroundings, checking for threats. The city is willing and able to defend itself.
Set in the distant future, the infinite city grows and adapts, maintained by automated machines and processes. The Net Terminal Gene once enabled humanity to control the city and live a carefree existence, but that has long been lost.
Zuru’s tiny community exists within a blind spot of the Safeguard, but that can’t last forever. Dwindling food supplies and a desire to create a better life drive them to take drastic measures, but the Safeguard is ready and waiting. A mysterious wanderer rescues Zuru and offers hope for the future.
Continue reading “Blame!”
Wow! I can’t believe we’re already past April. This year is really flying by. Last month I mentioned about doing CampNaNoWriMo in April. Well, I did it and I hit my target of fifty-thousand words. Yeah, that’s right. I am storming through this series.
Fifty-thousand words in a month is a good challenge, but it’s not the first time I’ve done it. NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month. It takes place every November. I have attempted it several times and completed it twice. Continue reading “Author Journey April 2017”