In my book, RAGING TORRENT, a good bit of the action takes place in and around the drydocks. Since the city of Aquataine is actually an underwater city beneath a dome, you might wonder how people get in and out of the city. That has to happen via submarine, of course, and when those submarines … Continue reading The Submarine Drydocks of Aquataine
Book Design, Part One: Using MS Word to get your manuscript ready to publish
My manuscript is “ready” to make that big leap and become a published book. That alone is a big step, because the self-talk will run through your head… “Are you really ready to hit that button?” It's so final. But I’ve reached that point when I’m trying to finish all the edits, make sure I’ve … Continue reading Book Design, Part One: Using MS Word to get your manuscript ready to publish
How did they build the dome over Baltimore?
This post talks about the creation of the dome over the new city of Aquataine, preparing for the great floods. Specifically, it discusses how such a dome could be constructed over an existing city such as Baltimore.
Second Wind: Re-engaging on my Work-in-Progress
Many writers take on the NaNoWriMo challenge each year. You know, the National Novel Writing Month? The goal is to write at least 50,000 words during the month of November. For 2020, I began the third book in my Undercurrent series, RAGING TORRENT. This is the third time I’ve done NaNoWriMo, and I think I’ve … Continue reading Second Wind: Re-engaging on my Work-in-Progress
An Interview with Phelan Maxwell
Netcast Title: Subjective (Aquataine) Original air date: 3 April 2136 Host: Good morning everyone, I’m Emma Zander, and thanks for joining me today on Subjective. My guest today is someone who most of us will remember from the sensational events surrounding the dome minister elections last November. He was part of a team of three … Continue reading An Interview with Phelan Maxwell