Michael Gray

Biography

Always favoured science fiction. Passionate about aviation, science and technolgy. Also interested in watercolour painting, photography, Earth sciences, property renovation, building/flying radio controlled model helicopters and now Archery. In fact anything else that's interesting, even politics!

Smashwords Interview

Why Writing?
The ideas and beliefs that I write about have always been in the back of my mind, until I retired from full time work, which I did early. This allowed me time to consider them in far more detail and generated a strong desire to put them down on paper. I began by keeping a sort of diary, which journalised my thoughts as they occurred, but this soon became a book project.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I was born and bred in Surrey, a county south of London, England. My childhood and early adulthood had little to do with literature although I did read some Asimov and Arthur C Clarke. I was preoccupied and worked with computers in the early days of commercial take up.
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Books

A New Star
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 60,600. Language: English. Published: May 19, 2011. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » General
Christian Jamieson is a life-long daydreamer. He tries to imagine the alien species he firmly believes are out there, in the galaxy. He watches the evening sky from a hilltop near his home, wishing he could travel to one of the stars that sparkle in the darknening sky. A new star appears and changes his life.
2150 Total Integration
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 111,250. Language: English. Published: April 12, 2010. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » General
Mika Gerey, a Cryogenic Scientist, is buried by one of the super storms of the 21st century and found in 2150. He is revived by advanced medical techniques and becomes leader of all humanity. He battles with his new friend to stop the total integration of technolgy in the human body as he visualises the destruction of our species as the end result. New technologies make humanity powerful.

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  • A Disruptive Invention on Jan. 18, 2011

    An excellent work. A science fiction core, overlaid with reality to make it highly believable. The technical content is convincingly presented making it a satisfying and credible read. A pleasure for any serious follower of good science fiction.