The Memoirs on Being book series can best be described as Existential Sci-Fi. In these stories, I explore themes of isolation, regret, despair, and meaning - set against the backdrop of science fiction. Removing man from his natural world of understanding and predictability, and into an unfamiliar landscape, provides me a mechanism for highlighting and contrasting a variety of existential themes.
I'm currently working on the 3rd, and final installment in the series.Book III is a return to the first person, existential-style writing of Time Ahead.
Time Ahead is the first in the series. This book introduces us to Stan, who wakes one morning in the unfamiliar. He's wasted so much time in himself, and now it appears to be to late to salvage anything from his gluttonous life. His journey in a post-apocalyptic world is one of regret, isolation, and the struggle to find and act, upon hope.
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In Medira we meet William. William is an average guy, with an average life. A good, solid, dependable type. At 46 years old, what sets him apart is no memory of his life before 33. He was found semi-conscious 13 years ago, with no memory of who he was, or where he came from. Medira explores William's journey of remembering, along with his initial foray into the absurd.
Coming Fall 2014
An early preview of Chapter I can be read here
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