Andreas Ingo


I’m a Swedish guy, passing 38, writing fiction, articles, composing music and more. I travel the world seeking adventures, meeting people on the way. I look at Internet as a kind of hub for greater knowledge: A beast that must be tamed.

I meditate, search for the spark within, and use others as a source of inspiration.

I hope to give something back in the process.

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The Forgotten Nomad
Price: Free! Words: 9,400. Language: English. Published: November 19, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure, Fiction » Science fiction » General
In a world of opposing heroes, where rebellion turned into slavery, and the fight for survival left no clear options. There was a man of legend. A man in search for a better life: A freedom fighter on Europa. Who left the rebels in search for his own identity. Who journeyed into the unknown, to find his alter ego.
Alien Forever
Price: Free! Words: 8,700. Language: English. Published: November 12, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Utopias & dystopias, Fiction » Science fiction » General
Two space-travelers to meet on a barren planet. One from a dystopia, seeking life. One from an utopia, seeking death. Their destinies are about to collide...
Star Diary
Price: Free! Words: 10,630. Language: English. Published: October 12, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General, Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
One man to face an enemy on a mini-planet. Two freethinker’s on a journey to a forgotten nebula. One woman caught in epic mystery. Three stories connected by the central theme of transcendence.

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action    adventure    alien    colonization    dark    dreams    dystopia    epic    evil    evolution    freedom    good    horror    legend    mystery    myth    philosophy    romance    science fiction    sciencefiction    space    space travel    spacetravel    spirituality    suspense    thriller    transcendence    travel    tyranny    utopia   

Smashwords book reviews by Andreas Ingo

  • Deep on Nov. 01, 2013

    Nice story. :) I was prepared to be surprised (this is a mystery after all) but not in this way. I like how the author takes a simple concept and explore it in interesting ways. I like the effective dialogue: No bullshit, to the point. The story tells. The characters weren't especially memorable, but they did their job nicely. The best thing with this story is the effectiveness of the storytelling: Nothing revolutionary but you're immediately sucked in and read to the very end.
  • Dog Food on Nov. 01, 2013

    Great read. :) I love how the author has found an interesting concept. Unique to say the least! I love the humour, the odd explanations and the madness of it all. A truly fun story made right. :)
  • Assisted Suicide on Nov. 01, 2013

    Fantastic! One of the best short stories I've ever read. True creativity at work. I love the the exploration of the suicide-scenario presented. It's not only funny, it's dramatic too. The funniest stories is also serious, they mean something. A total knock-out ending, and glorious twists on the way. :)
  • The Probe on Nov. 04, 2013

    Great story! Simple and easy to understand, but beautiful. I loved how the author led me to believe in the ultimate destruction, but turned the story around, and went in a positive direction. I felt the emotions conveyed by the author and was spellbound in many ways.
  • The Secret Message on Nov. 05, 2013

    Really fun read! Over-simplified and dumb, but that's the point the way I see it. :) It's has a very quick pace, one likeable protagonist and many surprises on the way. In short: A fun read that knows exactly what it is. :)
  • Ray Was Right on Nov. 10, 2013

    Good read. :) I really liked the sense of realism in the story. I got to see the details, not only rough descriptions. I loved the dialogue: Real people talking, not fantasy characters. The story has a simple premise. It wasn't explored in depth, but then this is a short story anyway.
  • And The Wolves Danced: A Short Story of Fire and Stone on Nov. 10, 2013

    Nice. :) I like the atmosphere and the sheer fantasy of the author's imagination. The greatest thing here is not the battles, the spells or the richness of the characters. It's the details of the world presented.
  • Drive on Nov. 11, 2013

    Really, really good! Great suspense! The story took directions I never could have guessed. I felt for these characters. Not sentimental, but emotional nonetheless. I liked the setting with the two cities and the outsiders. It felt like something from the movie "Roadwarrior", only better. The action in the story was inventive and well thought out. Good job!
  • Stuck in the Middle on Nov. 15, 2013

    Not bad. :) I like how the journey escalates, intensity grows and something unexpected happens in the end. The main character feels alive, even in such a short story. What I take out of it: Life is not meant to be what we think it should be, it's something more.
  • Variant Worlds 1 on Nov. 15, 2013

    I haven't read the entire book, only the first story "Gazing at Stars". In short: This is the best short story I ever have read! It's more than a short story, it feels like an entire life, Never have I seen such beautiful writing. It reminds me of Hermann Hesse but this was better: More creativity, more emotion, better storytelling.