Today we have a sneak peek from the new hypernovel by Lin Robinson: Properties of Light.
This is not your ordinary kind of book. A prominent photographer quits, starts selling his pictures on the street. And for every picture, there is a story–or in this case a chapter. Some of the images relate to others, some are single visual poems; some evoke horrible cruelty or shocking sex. Many of them hang on abstruse photo-technique, optical tricks, chemical or photic phenomena: the many properties of light.
This is a true hypernovel, 100 chapters connected by clicking links, not narrative sequence. It waited 20 years for a medium that lets it work — a Kindle eBook.
Properties of Light is available from Amazon and Amazon UK.
Here is an excerpt from Properties of Light…
Continue reading “Sneak Peek: Properties of Light”
Chronicles of M (Book 1) is about Samuel, an everyday man who gets mixed up with an ex-government organization that houses, tends to and aids M, a super powered mutant who helps the city as much as he harms it. Their first case together will take them a small town with a mysterious murder on their hands. It’s an action filled ride with humor, magic, super powers, a dash of horror and supernatural craziness.
Chronicles of M, the urban fantasy by Nicholas Forristal, is available at Amazon.com, Smashwords, Amazon UK, and many other online retailers.
Don’t forget, you can cast your vote for trailer of the month on December 28, 2013 at 5 p.m. Pacific time.
Here we are again at monthly post time and, as per usual, I am looking at a blank page the day before my article is due. It’s not that I deliberately wait until the eleventh hour to start my piece; occasionally I do get the germ of an idea sometime during the preceding month, that develops unconsciously, and by the time I sit down to actually write the post it virtually writes itself; but not this time.
It’s not unusual for me to write an article without previously having any idea of what I’m going to write; inevitably inspiration strikes and I’m off and running. This time however I’ve drawn a complete blank, no inspiration, nothing, and that is unusual. Is this what’s meant by ‘writer’s block’?!?! So where to from here??? I’ve never been here before, new territory, and I must admit I am finding it more than a little disconcerting… Continue reading “The Blank Page”