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"Singularity" reveals it's central issues

May 25, 2016
Posted at 1:59 am
Updated: May 25, 2016 - 2:02 am

"Singularity", my newest story, posts for the first time to the "Series Update" page, which is where most of my finds typically find my stories.

For those who haven't read the first chapter yet, it's another sci-fi tale featuring people struggling to discover how they've changed. The Singularity of the title doesn't refer to a physics Singularity (what happens at the bottom of a black hole), but rather the point of singularity when the physical merges with the physical. It's a study of spirtuality without the typical discussions of religion, established beliefs and societal expectations.

This chapter (#2) reveals what Josh experiences in the depth of space with no way to communicate when things go wrong. It essentially sets up the story, as the actual story essentially begins in chapter 3 (to be released next week) when Josh returns to wrestle with his experiences.

It's also a twist on my previous story, "The Catalyst", except instead of Alex running from everyone, Josh confronts them by testifying before a Congressional Committee, providing another example of how to lead a movement.

As always, I only post completed, edited stories. For those who grow impatient, you can visit my site
. You can also view a fancier version of the story a couple days early, as I often post the latest chapter to my site
at the beginning of the week (Monday) as I organize my files for the week.

The chapter is 19 chapters, including the final epilogue. The book is available on Amazon for $4.99 or createspace for $9.99.

Please let me know what you think of it, as this is both very different and similar to my other works and I'm anxious to know how it's received (print readers never provide feedback).