It’s been a while since I delved into the science fiction realm, but I’m itching to get an old project finished and released in the next year.
Die Alan Die is a typical love story in many ways. Boy met girl. Girl dumped boy. Girl from alternate universe shows up to kill boy. It’s filled with humor, inter-dimensional travel, time travel, chases, general mayhem, and you guessed it: dragons.
Like many current sci-fi hits, Die Alan Die is also rife with pop culture references. The one difference is my pop culture references date back to the 1930s, including a stellar supporting role by the tragic blonde bombshell Thelma Todd.
If that’s not enough to make you want to read it, there are hundreds of sci-fi authors still churning our dreary tales of dystopia for you.
For those that are interested in giving a PDF version of the current, no doubt typo-filled draft a read, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I am currently seeking beta readers, and I’d love to get your thoughts.