In the last two months, my post that received the most interest was Alien: Legion, focusing on my notes and process in writing a fanfiction. I don’t know if it was because everyone got to see under the hood or if there’s a ton of interest in Alien fanfic (please comment and let me know), but I figured I’d hedge my bets and start posting some more “mid-process” stuff.
So, stay tuned! I’m working on a bunch of projects and can’t wait to hear what you think.
Also, if I’m entirely wrong, and you just want more Alien fanfic stuff, let me know. It’s way better than wasting my time showing you under the hood when all you really wanted was acid blood and no one hearing you scream.
In case you were curious about my process or the amount of effort I put into writing a fan-fiction, I decided to give you a little peak with the notes I wrote for my take on where the Alien Franchise should go. Someday I’ll type this up. Hopefully before Ridley Scott steals it.
If you actually read through this and want to see more, let me know. My fan-fictions usually sit until I either want to remind myself how fun writing can be or someone demands more. Please feel encourage to comment on my concept or my writing process (notes like these before I type it up).
Additionally, if you can’t read my chicken scratch…well, I just don’t care. Go check out Gaiman’s, King’s, or any other author who’s posted their notes. My writing is gorgeous!
Our modest hero, Harry Stubbs, returns in another great adventure!
He’s still reading his science fiction novels, working the jobs only an ex-boxer can get, and working on a correspondence course in investigations that has me super excited for future installments.
In this book, he’s investigating a weird type of meteorite that might have abstract properties, making it dangerous for the owner.
My favorite parts of this book were the parts that define any Harry Stubbs adventure. Specifically, the investigation into the museum, the library research, and the very interesting characters, specifically, his employer in this book and the sultry American visitor.
Harry Stubbs is one of my favorite characters and always a great adventure. David fails to disappoint, bringing an intelligent and intrigue-driven story to a character that could so easily be written as a dumb stereotype. Instead, he’s a smart man, who I would describe as more wise than intelligent, in that he’s always seeking to learn and better himself.
Even if those efforts and his current line of work might drive him mad.
5 out of 5!