If anyone is reading this, please allow me to apologize for not writing a weekly chapter analysis as promised, the last few weeks. I am extremely busy trying to finish I am GoD EI8HT.  Not only is the story becoming more complicated, but the cover artwork too. Second, my motivation or the energy to continue… Continue reading Apologizes

Revelations Chapter Seven

This chapter continues with Jessie’s return from the foundations. I find myself enjoying writing (and reading) about Jessie.  I know she isn’t real, and her family’s interaction is more my wishes of how family life should be.  I can picture the characters very clearly and feel some of their comments could be true. It’s difficult… Continue reading Revelations Chapter Seven

Revelations Chapter Five

Chapter five begins with me poking fun at those ‘team spirit’ motivation talks that were so popular at the turn of the century.  As a piano player I often played at such functions during dinner and so often found myself standing on the sidelines watching some ‘young dynamic leader’ gesticulate his way through his speech.… Continue reading Revelations Chapter Five

Revelations Chapter Four

In this chapter, I play with the idea of what is ‘worth keeping’ and what isn’t.  The notion that in the future handwriting will no longer be taught, does seem likely.  I personally think the earlier children move onto working with a PC at school the better.  Being able to spell is overrated.  It should… Continue reading Revelations Chapter Four

Chapter Twelve

Chapter twelve is the last chapter of Connecting.  It basically shows the same scene but from two completely different viewpoints. First there is that of George’s and his shock in having killed someone who very clearly was a tyro and did not understand the game, in as much they had tried to surrender, and the… Continue reading Chapter Twelve

Chapter Eleven

After the ‘full’ chapter of ten, it is relaxing to read on into chapter eleven without any great futuristic inventions, only the lighthearted conversation between Jessie and her best friend, her Wallscreen. (The 3D camera system does sound good, and I am surprised no one has invented it so far.) I remember my daughter Linda,… Continue reading Chapter Eleven