MILK RUN is loosely based on my corporate career experience participating in one of those executive management development programs. You know what I’m talking about, where they take young college graduates, send them through some basic leadership training then toss them into the fire of escalating management/supervisory responsibilities. Wow, what a toasty ride!
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Check out this new chapter/scene posted for MILK RUN a military SciFi!
What do you think of this rough illustration showing damage to the USS Princeton after a space battle with a Telrachnid gunship?
I finally posted a new scene for MILK RUN. It follows scene 18 (The Brig) after Captain Toby Nathanael Louis, ends up in the brig after his second in command takes over his ship. Scene 19 shows how he regains control of his ship, the USS Princeton.
Here’s version two of this chapter/scene and a quick comparison to that old WWII submarine movie that inspired me… RUN SILIENT RUN DEEP! What do you think?
Hi All! It’s taking me a bit longer to complete the next scene chapter for my new military SciFi novel MILK RUN. That’s because, unlike the other scenes posted, this is literally a brand new scene. The earlier scenes were created about six years ago. But I got writer’s block and things got real busy at the office. So, I stopped the project. Picking up where I left off, those scenes required less rework and…
First of all, I want to welcome all the new folks who recently indicated an interest in MILK RUN! Thanks and I hope you enjoyed the beginning of MILK RUN. Just to review, MILK RUN is a military SciFi novel about a young captain fresh out of space command school on his first mission as captain of the USS Princeton, an old destroyer class spacecraft. But what our hero thought would be an easy first…
OK, I’ll keep this short and sweet. Three things to tell you: I just got back from a wonderful vacation in Alaska that included a scenic train ride between Fairbanks and Anchorage, a lake cruise right up to a calving glacier in Portage and some flying over the marshland ending with stellar air pic of Anchorage and backdrop mountains. That got the writing juices flowing again as I put fingers to keyboard and continued the…
So, here’s my recommendation for the perfect office. It’s not just a physical space. What’s more important is the state of mind that influences character development.