I seem to write a lot about my future. I have plans. I am going places. Well… Not physically going places, but my career is. My plan is to become a full-time author and I do have a plan. The plan is simple on paper. I could almost explain it in steps. Step One. Write a novel. Status: Done. Step Two. Write a second novel. Status: Done. Okay. I’ll stop being funny and I’ll be serious. The real plan, simply put, is to write and publish enough novels to earn a living from the sale of the books. I plan on publishing my books on Amazon as an indie publisher. To break it down, it means that in order to generate enough sales is to write and publish a book every two to three months. That is a tall order. Most people write a single book a year and I must write between 6 to 10 books each year. To do
In this blog post, I am going to go into details in the different changes that happens to the Martian Colony over time. The obvious one is that the colony grows larger. With 12 different colonies with different agendas and sponsors from earth, Mars becomes a real life version of the computer game Civilization. A hundred years and multiple generations pass. Most colonists, no matter which colony that they are from view themselves as Martians first and only the place of there ancestry grudgingly. But before the advent of hostilities between the different colonies, the situation changed. The colony’s themselves have a wide range of different problems and issues that must be fixed. The biggest one is taxation. The sponsors of the colony’s take a large portion of any money made by the colony for themselves before it is left to pay it’s people. Little money is reinvested in the colony itself and the expansion and maintenance of it comes out
In this post, I am going to talk about what I think will happen to the colony of Mars and how that will effect the story world that I developed. First. Some information about Mars. Mars is cold. Duh. It also has a very small atmosphere with no magnetosphere. Meaning that the solar wind has stripped the planet of its atmosphere over the course of a billion or so years. It also has no air pressure and is regularly blasted with solar radiation. Mars does have water on it. Very important. It was also wet at some point in its history. Meaning that it was warm at one point. The first colonists settle on the surface of mars in pre-fab shelters. They do bring with them very sophisticated 3D printers so that they can manufacture items from the resources that Mars provides. There goal at this point is self-suffencincy. How do they provide all of there needs without relying on Earth.