Survival Machines

By Ste Sharp

The sequel to the sci-fi novel Darwin's Soldiers – John Greene and the allied army fight to discover how their mutations evolved.

Thursday, 3 September 2020

A reader lives a thousand lives

…and those who never read, only live one.

All those books and all the heads we’ve been inside! Good, evil and some rather bizarre ones with big, pointy teeth. (That was today’s random Monty Python link… “it can jump about - look at the bones!”)

From an author’s point of view, it’s nice to inhabit a character and ‘drive’ them about knowing what will befall them, but often they develop a mind of their own and trot off on a different mission, creating new chapters, discoveries and, sometimes, their own untimely death. There are definitely a few of those in ‘Survival Machines’.

I’ve just received the ‘typeset’ version of the book, which I’m reading through for any wandering commas or misplaced apostrophes. This is how the book will look on page and screen – very exciting! We’re still waiting for a date for the cover though, which has been delayed due to some international issue apparently…

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