#086 - ELIXIR Project: Unexpected encounter at the airport

Sep 19, 2016, 01:09 AM


Without a doubt, writing a fiction book was the most difficult thing I've ever done in my entire adult life. I'm not exaggerating one bit. It tops grad school, writing a dissertation, and starting a global business and non-profit.

Part of the struggle was knowing how to start ELIXIR Project. My first few attempts were slow, boring, and too deep. With a near future thriller this was not my goal.

As a result, I shifted everything and went for a scene that sucked readers in.


I've always enjoyed "smart movies." A few examples are Matrix, Inception, and Equilibrium. Each of these required me to remain engaged, just to make sense of the movie.

Part philosophical, part sci-fi, with a blend of technology, these are the movies that stick with me longer after the closing scene. I like brilliant character development, cool fight scenes, inner conflict, and epic stakes involved.

It's one thing watching this type of world unfold, it's another thing creating a version all your own. I wanted ELIXIR Project to include believable characters, original plot lines, and near future integration.


Pace is everything...in life and in literature. I like twists and turns. Give me a big dose of surprises and I'm a happy reader.

I don't want to see it coming, even though I try with all my might AND mind. ELIXIR Project is chocked full of the unexpected.


Each week we're releasing another free chapter, no strings attached. It's yours for the taking and for the reading. Click below to get caught up to the most current chapter. Enjoy getting engaged in ELIXIR. Just remember: Everything can be hacked, even the truth.

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