When I sent my first book out on the query-mobile, one of the common reasons for rejection was they wouldn't know how to present it to editors. The genre wasn't cut and dry enough. Not quite science fiction, not quite literary fiction, not quite suspense or spiritual or speculative. It is not quite any of these and mostly all of them.
The problem is, I write about what interests me and I can't separate life into such neat categories.
I love exploring both science and spirituality...
they are inseperable to me.
My books will always have an element of both because I love that they are two different languages speaking the same truths:
"Things derive their being and nature by mutual dependence and are nothing in themselves." -Nagarjuna, second-century Buddhist philosopher
"An elementary particle is not an independently existing, unanalyzable entity. It is, in essence, a set of relationships that reach outward to other things."
-H.P. Stapp, twentieth-century physicist
198,000 words. Am I dead from the get-go?
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