Chapter Seven

The character IP200.008.476 is actually my favorite, at least when it comes to lovable and sweet. I have never met any girl exactly like her, but if I were to mix some of the students I have met, young and old, I would come out with someone similar.  She represents the age just before sexual… Continue reading Chapter Seven

Chapter Six

First, I would like to apologize for the delay in my blog.  Two reasons, one, my roller coaster of emotions was on a downward race, and I received my Covid19 AstraZeneca jab, which destroyed the weekend. But enough with the excuses.  The chapter begins with George and his dad playing chess. This idea is a… Continue reading Chapter Six

Chapter Five

The opening of chapter five describes what I would call a bad scenario of possible future events.  If the trend towards privately run kindergartens continue then the future of a child’s success in life could well be determined by which Kindergarten, he or she attends.  The gap between rich and poor seems to be growing… Continue reading Chapter Five

As Promised

Here is the promised screenshot of my Amazon account, before the 15th of March. Hopefully, by the 15th of April, the sum will be a lot more.

Charity Books

In the past, when I was a far more active musician, I used to help organize charity concerts.  It sounds noble, but it’s not, not really, not in my case, anyway.  If you know how much fun it is being on stage you might understand.  Doing something with other people who like doing the same… Continue reading Charity Books

Chapter Four

The challenge of this chapter was to find a way for George and Evylin to kill each other.  Trapped in a room with no other weapon than their own hands.  Usually, such mortal combat tends to leave someone alive.  So, you can imagine my pleasure when I remembered the idea of the Dim Mak.  The… Continue reading Chapter Four

Chapter Three

This chapter probably is the core of the whole story, without it, none of the rest of the book could exist.  The idea of George and Evylin having their avatar coding seen as virus, enables them to talk and communicate like no one else in the game. How I came up with this idea, beats… Continue reading Chapter Three

How the book evolved

For those of you who have read book one, Connecting.  You might feel that the story abruptly ends, with a kind of cliff hanger effect, (One of my first reviews mentioned this) but there is really only one reason for this.  Apart from being an incredibly confused writer, after I had finished scribbling down the… Continue reading How the book evolved

Chapter Two

First of all, allow me to apologize for the delay.  My goal is to write something every Sunday. I think, as readers, you deserve the consistency.   This Sunday however, I was struggling with my English exam – I had to write an analysis of a ‘staged’ conversation.  I am glad it is over.  English Linguistics… Continue reading Chapter Two

Chapter One – Part Two

Already, I realize this blog is going to cause me to open up, far more than I normally would, if I want to honestly explain how the book came about.  A kind of therapy perhaps, although personally I feel slightly uncomfortable with this term, as I do not consider myself in need of therapy. (smile)… Continue reading Chapter One – Part Two