And I'm back. Pushed through that lull in writing once again with some help, but that help has never let me down. I've got a new story to tell as a result, a space opera. Who knew? Not gonna lie, I spend a lot of time saying negative things about George Lucas and his writing. Let's face it, it's corny. However, his stories and vision are amazing. He'll always be one of my literary heroes in that regard. But when I dig deeper into the dialogue of his stories, I'm deeply disappointed. I pride myself on my dialogue. I think it's what sets my books apart from others in their genre.
Travel Across the Stars is my latest venture. I took a small break from writing the Bad Angel: Redemption to get the new book started. I'm currently in the middle of chapter two, where I'll slow down and go back to the Bad Angel. I'm almost finished and hope to have it published in the next few months. But Travel Across the Stars will test me. It will test my descriptive abilities and overall storytelling. When I got the idea, I immediately thought it could be a love story. But logistics of the main characters proved too taxing. It starts with an invasion of Earth and two young lovers are meant to be taken captive because of a galactic prophecy. However, only the female is taken a sold into slavery on the far side of the galaxy. This prompts her lover, assumed dead, to risk everything to find her. His misadventures are at the heart of the story, as he's a kid from a small town, exposed to life on other worlds that he originally didn't think existed. I think I'm ready.
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