If there was an award for scariest dedication, Chelsea Cain wouldn't have any competition. Her national bestseller, Heartsick, starts off with: "For Marc Mohan, who loved me even after he read this book". I had to pause before I started the first … [Continue reading] about Book Review: Heartsick
After six months of research and frenzied writing, I have a completed manuscript of Molly's first set of adventures. The work is 100,000 words long and details Molly's search for her father's old starship. After several rounds of editing, I'm happy … [Continue reading] about Is Time Travel this Difficult?
I'll never forget the day I showed Dr. Lisa Robinson, one of my astronomer friends at NASA, what has since become known as "The Impossible Map." We were having lunch together in the cafeteria near KSC HQ (the hub of Kennedy Space Center's inland … [Continue reading] about The Impossible Map
Much has been said about my research into Molly, but little about the writing process. If anything, it has been even more manic than my time spent with The Reader. Most of the rough draft of my narrative's first entry was written in a mere week. … [Continue reading] about A Moment of Panic
One of the best tools I have for making sure my telling of Molly's story is both honest and compelling is, ironically, her Academy records. I have every paper Molly wrote, from Junior Academy book reports to a pre-action tactical assignment she wrote … [Continue reading] about Deconstructing the Humanization of Delphi IV