I am a Dutch student and enjoy to write stories or draw pictures in my spare time.
What are you working on next?
A story, a picture, an art piece and a poem.
How do you approach cover design?
It has to show where the book is about. Sure you want that people click on your book, but you don't want to lose potential interested readers. It does not neccesarily have to include your main character, or even take place in your book. most often a scene from the book will do but it may not always be the best possible. Now I have the luck to be able to draw my own covers, but one may try to find amatures who would do it for the cost of crediting (i do)
Het is 2046 en het internet is verdwenen. Volg Ford en Devlin, terwijl ze zoeken naar wat er gebeurt is met de intelligente robots van NG, die net als het internet ineens verdwenen leken te zijn. Ze ontdekken geheimen die ze niet hadden mogen weten, maar elk antwoord dat ze vinden roept alleen maar meer vragen op.
Welcome to 2046, where the Internet is dead. Follow Ford and Devlin as they try to find what happened with the robots that have been everywhere until the internet crisis started. They reach into the secrets that no one ever knew, and yet they get more questions for every answer they find.
Rolf, a professional adventurer enters a parallel medieval world where he meets Bloodfire, an anthromorphic wolf. Even though Rolf thinks Bloodfire is impulsive, annoying and completely retarded, he decides to team up for his quest.
Almost the entire book is one large actionscene. I think It keeps up the pace and manages to give a vivid impression of the world and its characters.
The descriptions were sometimes a bit unnecessarily detailed, like the complete analysis of the military system even though this is barely used in any part of this book. You probably did so because this book is part of a larger universe, but sometimes you should decide to let it to the imagination of the reader.
I would advise this book to anyone who likes sci-fi action.
I have read the book, but still i don't know where it is all about. I am interested in the field of artificial intelligence, i understood the idea of the higher-order dimensions, but i kept woundering where the story would begin...
It feels like it is an extrordinary stretched introduction to a larger story (if this is the case, it isn't clear) and the abstract descriptions of the world feel like they are not meant to be understood
I do like the way the caracter devolves and starts to see the world differently.
If you like to lose yourself in a complicated story, to follow a character as it finds its way through different forms, read it. If you are searching an actual roman, you may better look further.