Hi there, I'm G. L. Argain. I'm a college student pursuing engineering as a career, but I took up writing as a hobby. I strive to create a balance between thrilling entertainment and meaningful themes in each of my works - nothing you haven't heard of before, I'll bet. However, I do my best to make my stories as unique and interesting as possible for the reader; in my eyes, fictional literature can be just as astounding as any other form of media.
On another note, I like to ride my mountain bike whenever I have the chance; the body and mind are one, after all.
How do you discover the ebooks you read?
Honestly, I just look into the science fiction section, look for anything that wouldn't have romance in it - only because it seems like in many situations, people should have more than romance to worry about at the moment - and select a book that's either free or cheap (three dollars or less). There are times, however, when I want to read something beyond my norm so that I can "get a taste" for something new, something that I would have never expected before.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
Yes, and looking back on it, it was humiliating. I often wonder whether I would actually redo it or not because the plot is so unrealistic. Back when I was fifteen, I decided to write a story just for the fun of it, and I got about twelve pages into it before abruptly stopping. It was about a bunch of teenagers scouring a post-apocalyptic wasteland, looking for people that would help them fix the nation. Perhaps there's a similar story out there - a better version than mine - that I just don't know about yet.
The more consistent, more professional version of the story that Lives Of The Unknown was meant to be. A human intrudes upon two intergalactic alien organizations and acts as the catalyst for a long overdue conflict.