The opening lines of a book are always the most important, but what if that’s all there was? During lunch at work, I had a thought, a dangerous game to play, but I wondered what would happen if I strung together a bunch of first sentences? Could I make a story out them? Here is the Wh.. what happens next?
I have a freaking hover bike, it’s called a Sparrow, and I can do wicked cool jumps in it. I ride this vehicle across the surface of Venus and find a pack of Fallen soldiers, aliens that look like an evil Jiminy Cricket. I take out my scout rifle, throw a grenade, and attack the group Wh.. what happens next?
Life has been a bit nuts as of late!
Did I mention that I love video games?
I usually find book trailers to be rather, well… bad. Typically they are really boring and take themselves too seriously. You’ll find that many a book trailer is just a series of images with text flashing by the screen or filled with terrible acting. No matter what, they all appear to have been made by a Wh.. what happens next?
Warning grammar carnage and cursing contained within.
I have been playing Counter-Strike since it was in beta. I’ll never forget playing match after match during Thanksgiving when I was a kid, sneaking time on the PC between meals, and I am amazed that I am still playing it today. It’s a strange game because in the world of the “modern” FPS (First Wh.. what happens next?
What is it? And no, I’m not talking about, Crispin Glover.
I wrote a book the other day and you can get it here!