Faith. Hate. Love. Loss. Will it be enough to save him from death?
It is time. Kel is 20 years old and it is time for judgement. The Master Algorithms have the power to grant freedom but they must be sated. Sara is already free. Can Kel give the performance of his life and be reunited with her? Or will the Theatre of Death claim another token for the Chair?
Theatre of Death is a short story about a world where our freedom is dictated by the will of the machines.
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Current progress: updated 17/10/2017
I’ve currently got seven projects on the go:
This is the 2nd prequel in the Instant Reality series. Picking up some of the threads from where Hypercage finished, but exploring a new story in the universe. I’m about 99% of the way through the first draft on this one.
This is the first major foray into my series that started with Hypercage. I’ve now completed the first draft and I’m now working through the first major edit, concentrating on the first major plot point.
This is a short dystopian piece exploring the future of humanity. This is now complete. I’m currently working on the cover for this and it will be released in January 2018.
This will be the final prequel book for the Instant Reality series. I have finished the 1st draft, but as it’s the final prequel book, I’ll be editing it after I finish Superstruct and HyperStarr.
A short story about a scientist, his ultimate creation and the lengths he has gone to to create it.
I’ve completed my first pass of a final draft on this and I’m now waiting for feedback from Harry, my editor.
A short story using my Instant Reality universe as a starting point, but diverting it from a point in its past to a new conclusion.
I’ve completed my second edit on this and I’ve had feedback from Harry. I now need to work through the story and his comments and fix it all.
This never made it in time for the X-Prize but I did manage to complete the second dradt. I’ve had feedback from Harry, and I now need to restructure the story and get the next draft done.